When it was opened in 1929, Ely’s Hotel Nevada was the tallest building in the state. It still presides over the town in an uncanny way–being visible from just about everywhere.
Here, it’s seen in the rain along with a supporting array of traffic cones. I photographed it with an extra wide view in hopes of creating a “gothic” sense of the vertical.
August 19th-Panasonic G3/14mm lens with wide converter