A straight road, as if cut from a ruler drawn line. Flat lands filled with grass, cows and drought killed almond trees. Everything planted in a row. It is clear, this road is taking up valuable growing space. Hours have past, still the same scene out the windows, hundreds of miles and the desolate, desperate, sun bleached signs continue (HELP, No One is Listening, We Need Water). (more…)
Historic West Fork Ranger Station. Build in 1900 by Ranger Louie Newcomb. This was the very first Forest Service ranger station in the San Gabriel Mountains and only the second build in the entire United States. It cost the Forest Service $75.00 to build. (more…)
The gas tank is full
Solo road trip, Phoenix to Los Angeles
All photographs taken “on the road”.
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