A sign on the edge of a hillside cliff.
George, my host in Slab City. He was the first person in Slab City to put his home in Airbnb and it caused a division in the community between people who also wanted to Airbnb their place, and people who didn’t want any kind of corporate presence in town.
Silver the dog sleeping in the sun.
Salvation Mountain, an enormous adobe structure built at the entrance to Slab City, attracts visitors from across the word.
The shadow of Salvation Mountain over Slab City.
A letter and paintings left at the Slab City library.
That’s an abandoned water tank, painted by a muralist from Los Angeles. Bernie lives there.
Dolphin climbing into Bernie’s water tank home.
A sculpture at East Jesus Art Commune.
I came across a trailer with a suitcase filled with old photos.