Norton Sales HDR Photo Essay

April 3, 2007 at 11:18 am in Technology

I have an undying love for junk. Growing up I spent countless hours digging through my fathers’ collection of vacuum tubes and old radios. The junk box, filled with untold thousands of assorted screws, bolts, nails and other detritus, was my playground. When I moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico and my father started working at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, he took me to what is arguably the world’s greatest salvage yard, The Black Hole. I ended up working at Ed Grothus’ amazing junkyard for 3 summers during my years in high school.

Recently I took a tour of APEX Electronics with the Dorkbot Socal group and shot some HDR photos of what I saw. Last week a saw an article in the LA Times about Norton Sales, and decided I had to go and shoot some HDR photos of their collection. I emailed the owner, Carlos, a link to my APEX photos and asked if I could come by and do a shoot. He was in to the idea, so on Sunday I drove up to North Hollywood and shot the following photos:

High Pressure Flex Hoses

Rocket Booster

More photos after the jump…

High Pressure Tubing

Various Liquid Gas Fuel Tanks

High Vacuum Chambers

Rocket Booxter

Norton Sales

Rocket

Various Rocket Boosters

Giant Rocket Booster

You can check out the rest of the Norton Sales HDR photos here.

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