We drove out to Bodie state park yesterday. Bodie is an old, abandoned mining town 13 miles off Highway 395. It was very windy up there and we had to protect our cameras from the dust. There were some thunderheads out toward the Sierras, but for the most part, the skies over Bodie were gray and cloudy, and, at a place known for photographers, that wasn't good. So, when you have lemons, make lemonade, right? I tried to focus on shots that didn't require a skyline or clouds. Instead, I focused on buildings and windows.