2005. A liberal junkie in Las Vegas had fallen prey to his rival drug-dealers before being plunged into a life of vigilance when a trigger-happy gunslinger of a hottie who fished him into her posse' of cartoon ragtag hero-like ruffians, all on a one woman notion to assassinate her family's enemies.
Trainfest at Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I was lucky to capture a lot of pics and three videos of a live steam locomotive on its final run of the season.
It's a Southern old story, one that goes back after Vietnam, the tale about a bum-traveling possum who wandered about in the gloomy swamp, surviving on what other denizens cope with. One night on the verge of being assaulted by a mad wolf, Pussy was fortunate enough to be rescued by a never-known axolotl from his sudden death on a dime. A burgeoning friend-like relationship between Pussy and Gertrude nearly increased at first, unbeknownst to them however, having being stalked by a malevolent voodoo alligator craving for living ingredients for his hoodoo formula, Pussy had found he had to finish something he hadn't finished in the first place.
Somewhere in the Australian Outback, a dingo sheriff and his girlfriend had been kidnapped by a gang of thieving lizards. A posse' is formed to rescue their best-loved sheriff through the perils of the Aussie badlands.
In 1981, a excluded Vietnam veteran Jack Cluster (field name - Private Redhead) struggled through a series of post-traumatic stress disorder, filling his days with sorrow-drinking and substance abuse. One day on a lamb from local veteran-hating hippies, he came into contact with a out-of-work cartoon frog named Flurple. He explained that Jack's home in Florida had been invaded by threatening Cubans and Nicaraguans followed by a renegade soldier who had succumbed to the bloodcurdling horrors of Vietnam War. Together Jack and Flurple recruited other former cartoon actors to form a vigilante mob in order to save the Southern United States from Guerrilla Warfare.
In 1985, the world's smallest elephant was blamed for a crime he'd tried to stop. But after going through red tape, he became a law-biding citizen and promptly organized a gang of (8) vigilantes for a career in service with Interpol. Today while working in association with law and order, they travel the globe cracking mysteries and thieving law-breakers. Whether you got a situation, if help is needed, and if you call for them, you ought to hire....Elmer Elephant and his Gang.
Photographs (c) Richard Herwitt and Various Photographers