Burnout: Doble O Nada
Not actually as dramatic as the photos might suggest.
Here we go ...
Grind to the axle. Very good.
Hard to resist.
I wanted to use this table-topped shot. Wisely dismissed.
Dill suggested this conventional blaster. Prudent.
Made more special by the presence of a fuckin' UFO!
Fish, just for kicks.
As seen in art school.
Set-dressing Anthony's zone.
A man's ruin of cigs and taco sauces.
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