Finally had some time to process the still photos from August in Lightroom today. This is Eagle Mountain, you probably saw the video I made back in August....A place you might not have heard about that rests out in the desert nearly 100 miles east of Los Angeles. It's an abandoned town that once boomed in the hayday of the California steel mining rush. The town was totally self-contained with stores, businesses, and even its own consolidated medical system and hospital. This medical system was so advanced for it's time it was later replicated across California as the Kaiser Permanente health system. The entire town and mine after being vacated by workers and families in 1982 sits to dissolve back into the sands of the desert. The town is fenced off and allows no access to the general public. Thanks to UAS technology, we can peer inside this town beyond our man made hindrances to tour this place. It is very creepy, eerie, post-apocalyptic, and quiet. It's history frozen in time. I am very fascinated with ghost towns and abandoned places, you might not, and that's fine. But for me, there are so many stories waiting to be told every time we pass over each of these ruins, stories that need an audience.