Following up on my previous post, our trip cross-country took me to Bodie State Historic Park, a ghost town east of the Sierra Nevada. This former gold rush town once boasted of a population of nearly 10,000 people in the 1870s, and now it was humbly this photographer’s subject matter. It proved to be a worthwhile destination once we determined there simply wasn’t enough time to properly experience Yosemite.
Ultimately, what can I say? The pictures speak for themselves. It’s a photographer’s paradise, and well worth the trip.