Bombay beach on the coast of the Salton Sea is a trippy place. Over 200 feet below sea level and all of 5 by 5 short blocks of motor homes and boarded up crumbling homes. The real prize is over the berm protecting the town from the sea. Apparently back in the 70's the sea overflowed a number of times and buried a few blocks of houses feet deep in sand and salt. They've been decaying ever since. It's like something out of a zombie movie. Here's what's left. Click to enlarge.
Photography, photoshop, and the philosophy of taking pictures by photographer Bill Wadman, co-host of On Taking Pictures.