The Rob Zone

I still don't have a splashy web page here. I've had every intention of putting one up, but the road to you-know-where is paved with good intentions.

For now, it's just the home of the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Virtual Tour.

Curious about the background images? The key is here.

Meanwhile, elsewhere on the web...
  • I've got some photos of the Apache (Arizona's last surviving single-screen drive-in) and the Parker Drive-In (this one's dark) up on Roadside Peek. No, Roadside Peek is not devoted to naked people on the side of the highway - it's devoted to the bygone era when roadside architecture put the "fun" in "functional" - from gas stations to drive-ins to tiki villages. You'll find some more of my photos in the Arizona sections for Other Roadside Motels, Neon Signage, and Roadside Characters.
  • I've got features on US 60 through Superior and copper mining in Arizona up on Polar Inertia. Polar Inertia is a "journal of nomadic and popular culture", and will interest anyone that studies landscape usage or industrial archaeology.
  • Can you tell I like taking pictures? I'm still a rank amateur, but I enjoy it anyway. Here's my account on flickr.
  • For better or worse, I'm the "Svirskas" whose name runs like a bad rash across GenBank.
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