Let the End Times Roll is a sardonic, pictorial atlas of the end of the world. It seems appropriate given the state we’re in. It’s filled with pictures of things falling apart, broken in improbable ways, or otherwise misaligned, out of tune and often unseen. Balloons and Christmas lights mask filthy barroom walls in Guatemala City, masking the stains of yesterday’s debauchery for tomorrow’s drunks and whores. There’s a parrot in San Salvador who never forgets and a drunk man in the same city who can’t. In Western New York State a wooden organ sits outside a half-painted house, protected, decorated, or blessed by Old Glory. And back in Guatemala a hen contemplates a pay phone. There are 37 photographs in Let the End Times Roll spread over 48 pages. I hope it will entertain, inform, inspire and that the collapse of what we call civilization, which seems inevitable, doesn’t come to pass.
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