Founded in 1904, the town of Rhyolite, Nevada, peaked in 1907 with electric lights, water mains, telephones, newspapers, a hospital, a school, an opera house, and a stock exchange. By 1910, the mines played out and the town failed. By 1920, Rhyolite was totally abandoned, a classic American ghost town. Today, only a few shells of buildings remain, including this, the famous Cook Bank building. Page 30 of my OOP 2003 book "Lost America."
Shot August 1997. Night, full moon, 160 T film, 8 minute exposure, 20 pops of red-gelled strobe flash.