On my way to a photo shoot in SoCal, I stopped by Southern California Logistics Airport (KVCV) in Victorville, CA and was astounded by the heaps of scrapped airplanes. These majestic planes once ruled the skies, but now they lay waste in the warm California desert. I saw planes from the 1960’s to the newest airliner, the Boeing 787 out there. One can only imagine how many billions of miles combined these hundreds of airplanes flew. And what stories these releics could tell. But now, only the desert winds can be heard.