Width: 16 Height: 20
The town of Bodie was built in the Sierras after gold was discovered. The town remains a rare ghost town with many buildings still standing. And with many unique photo sites for the photographer. My wide-angle lens allowed me to capture a very special view. And the black and white composition provides an excellent feel for those historic times. The image is 14-inches on the long side and printed on Hahnemuhle gloss paper, which should hold the image without change for over 200 years. It is mounted in a simple 16x20 Artglass black frame with UV99 glass to protect the image from sun or harsh light.
Pickup location: Los Altos Hills
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"Cabin Door Open to Ghost Town" by Tom Green