SOLDIER'S DISEASE

A CREEK RUNS THROUGH IT

These photos were taken in the once-flooded basement of Kink.com‘s Armory, with an decaying shooting gallery at one end, and Mission Creek running fenced-off at the other end. The paint is flaking off the walls and there are numerous eroded cement channels with streams running through the floor. I was told a story about Peter Acworth taking the employees on a tour down there, stating the water was safe and clean, and illustrating this point by scooping up a handful and drinking it. The last photo is from some mounts in the ceiling behind the shooting gallery where someone was tied to and had water sprayed up at them (I haven’t viewed the scene yet but I must admit I’m curious).

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OPEN AND SHUT

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by greh @ 10:22am on July 21, 2011

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COLD WASH

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by greh @ 8:30am on July 16, 2011

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REAR WINDOW

These were all scanned before I started this site with a certain project in mind, but it never materialized properly. Some of the defects in the scans are from wear on the pages, other from scratches in the glass of my old scanner.

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THE VISION AND THE VOID

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by greh @ 3:02pm on July 12, 2011

More visually arresting interior design from the late 60s.

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MOUSE IN A BAFFLED TRAP

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by greh @ 12:46pm on May 30, 2011

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PHOSPHORESCENT VOID

More shots from my tour of Kink.com‘s Armory in SF. This is from the area (previously a wall, now a long narrow room) known as the Bondage Wall. I think the photos speak for themselves as to why. The individual sets and directors have their own tools, but this area is where most of the common goods are stored when not in use.

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