Friday, December 29, 2017

A Dozen Dusty Whip Outs From The Duke of Dust

December 29, 2017
   I love dust. Let's take a look back at a dozen dusty doozies from the dusty archives of the Duke of Dust:

Daily Whip Out: "Dry Lake Peons"

Daily Whip Out: "Billy Goes Down at
O. K. Corral Fight"

Daily Whip Out: "The Number 2 Man"

Daily Whip Out: "Bring Me The Head of Mi Amigo"

Daily Whip Out: "Mickey Free Rides Out of A Haboob"

Daily Whip Out: "Road Kill In The Trail"

Daily Whip Out: "Jill On Big, Bad Jack"

Daily Whip Out: "Blackjack Rides Out of the Dust"

Daily Whip Out: "Dalton Firepower"

Daily Whip Out: "Deer Head Yaqui Boy"

Daily Whip Out: "Dry Lake Riders"

Daily Whip Out: "Quemado Haze"

   Like California, we had several big fires a couple years ago and when I was driving back from New Mexico, I drove into this hazy smoke from one of these conflagrations, which blurred out the landscape, while the sun appeared as a rusted, quivering hole. This is my take on these conditions as I motored beyond Quemado, New Mexico which ironically translates as "Burned."

"Dust storm effects are dodgy but if done right, subtle tonal shifts can convey huge swatches of detail."
—The Duke of Dust

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