The front door of the fire station at Crows Landing, a former NASA/Navy auxiliary airfield in the San Joaquin Valley. The way workers had professionally gutted the interior, you could tell this building was a short-timer. To enhance this scene’s squareness I needed to line up the verticals as best as I could, so I set the tripod to maximum height: about 9 feet. With no ladder on hand to view through the finder, I pointed my camera’s swivel LCD straight down and looked up to compose with test shots. Ended up needing to fine tune it in Photoshop anyway. This side of the building was totally sealed, so I had to run round back to enter and backlight the plastic sheeting in the windows. 120-seconds, full moon.