Fuji Velvia 50 is the Andy Warhol of color film. If you want Norman Rockwell, buy a roll of Kodak MORE

FILM GONE WILD

The Snoqualmie rail yard is a debris field of broken, rotting steam locomotives. The behemoths are impressive, even in decay.  MORE

WELCOME TO WINONA

The Palouse farming community seems to have nine lives. A dynamite explosion in 1907 nearly wiped it off the map.  MORE

CLIFFHANGER

Vertigo-challenged hikers should proceed with caution to Punchbowl Falls. The trail is cut into a basalt wall high above the creek.  MORE

GASOLINE ALLEY

Abandoned gas stations and pumps are scattered across Washington state, many in ruins. But they're still standing. MORE

TRAIN BONEYARD

EVERETT MOTEL

This seedy motel, which opened in 1940, was featured in the CBS series remake of The Fugitive.  MORE

DAYS OF HEAVEN

The prairie choir is in perfect harmony. Crickets chirp softly from wheat fields. Songbirds provide lead vocals from above.  MORE

TOY STORY

The Holga is a poor man's Hasselblad – a cheap, plastic toy camera that has gained a cult following, even among pros. MORE

Kodak is an American brand. A founding sponsor of Disneyland. In the '70s Paul Simon wrote a hit single about its flagship film.  MORE

KODAK MOMENTS

Withrow, Wash., once was a thriving agricultural center. Today it is eerily isolated and empty. But the town still is inviting. MORE

HEARTLAND

Wind turbines look like pinwheels on steroids. Big and menacing. Their cousin, the farm windmill, has a different personality. MORE

WIND FARM  (UPDATED)

I ignored a regional heat advisory to go on a photo shoot in the Palouse outback. Big mistake.  MORE

MELTDOWN (NEW)