As you travel along a peaceful road that seems to be going no where amongst the dry, barren desert landscape of Arizona, USA you will eventually come to some very unique buildings. What used to be the main highway, has become a secondary road that is known as Route 66 and there is plenty to see when traveling this road.Declared as a Historic District, tourists that drive this road can relive the days of the 1950's and 1960's when cars and burger joints were the coolest things. No where in town would you find a bank machine or fancy shopping malls or gas stations where you have to pump your own gas. This is when life seemed so simple and hanging out at the burger joint was a daily affair.This part of Route 66 is between the two towns of Seligman and Ash Fork in Arizona, USA and though it looks very isolated, there are still thousands of visitors that pass along this road. Buses are very common traveling this road as many people like to board the tours and let someone else do the driving. There is not much in the way of life between the few towns that still exist along Route 66 and people sometimes feel more comfortable with a driver that knows this area of Arizona.At one time when this road was the main route, people went back and forth between towns and many trains whizzed back and forth on their daily trips. Most of the towns have been abandoned and that is why it feels like you are heading no where when traveling this route.When you arrive at the Main Street of America or Route 66, in Arizona, USA, be ready to snap many pictures of the old cars, mannequins, gas stations and burger joints. Browse through the souvenir shops and pick up some unique memorabilia from you trip to Route 66 in Arizona, USA.Historic Route 66, Between Seligman and Ash Fork, Arizona, USA, North America.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1DS, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/200 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 400mm.
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