What a great morning. Katlyn arrived at 9am and we left to shoot at my new found location in the ruins of Bordeaux, Washington. The town was established in 1902 and folded in 1943. It had a mill that employed over 400 men, two hotels, several saloons, a couple of banks and an extensive residential area. Now all that is left is pretty much what you see in these images. It's just a shell of part of the mill. I think Katlyn enjoyed working with the ruins and along Bordeaux Creek which meanders through the site. The intention was to shoot at Bordeaux and the move down to my studio in town but we never made it that far. Really an enjoyable 90 degree day here in the Northwest. Working with Katlyn was a lot of laughs, always a plus on an adventure.