||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
Curious about the background images? The key is
For now, it's just the home of the Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station Virtual Tour.
|Meanwhile, elsewhere on the web...
- I've got some photos of the
Apache (Arizona's last surviving single-screen drive-in) and the
(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
Roadside Motels, Neon
Signage, and Roadside
- 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.