From Brisbane, Australia to Flagstaff, Arizona via LA and Phoenix is a long haul. We were jet lagged and weary when we collected our hire car and drove into town to a motel.
Next morning, bright and fresh, we headed down Route 66 and peeled off north to the Utah/Arizona border and the spectacular landscape of Monument Valley National Park.
Old Trading Post along the northbound Highway
Strange sign leading to an Indian Reservation.
Goose Necks on the San Juan River
Bridge across the San Juan River.
San Juan Motel perched above the river at Mexican Hat – a mecca for bikers from all over the country. This group were from Florida via Texas.
Small scale oil drilling – Mexican Hat
I love your photos. They are great. We were fortunate to have our third trip there earlier this year (but it will be the end of July before I getting around to putting up a post on it).
These were, as always, gorgeous photos! Thank you so much for sharing them. I so enjoy your blog.
Beautiful pictured i wish i was there
Very enjoying your photos! thanks!
After this I looked on your other blog the article about paper.
There is a small thing that caught my eye!
the 640 grams = 300Lb not 600, but I am sure you know, but its a typo!
Best regards Edo
I’ll fix the typo as soon as I am in front of a computer.
Fabulous photographs! I really enjoyed looking at them. Thanks, Marion
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I love you photos, they explain so much! Thank you
John, your photographs are wonderful. We live in California and have never been able to get to these places. So, thank you for taking all the photos.
Do you sell the photos to artists who might want one as a reference?
What an amazing landscape, thank you for sharing your photos. Poppy.