In the eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada lies Bodie Ghost Town, a mining town that was eventually abandoned after the mine did not render enough profits anymore. This place is a photographer’s dream: Some of the wooden houses crumble, while others are still in relatively good shape, even the interior looks exactly like it did when people left, wasn’t it for the obvious ravages of time. Old cars and machines lie there in decay, rusted way beyond patina. It is a flashback in time, allowing to use ones fantasy to imagine how life once was. Bodie was one of our favourites so far, probably because we didn’t know much about it and thus expected nothing.