Route 66

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    A long, straight stretch of US Route 66 between Peach Springs, Arizona, and Seligman, Arizona. This road was mostly abandoned when Interstate 40 was completed.

    Update 1: This photo was #31 on Flickr's Explore page on October 28, 2008. Woohoo!

    Update 2: This photo was used to accompany the article Traveling in Slow Motion by Sarah Menkedick on the Brave New Traveler website.

    Update 3: This photo was used to accompany the article Traveling in Slow Motion by Sarah Menkedick on the Global Visionent Travel Guides website.

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    1. pausanio.de 54 months ago | reply

      thank you for offering your photo under a creative commons license. Your
      beautiful picture helps to present a cultural landmark more vivid. You are
      invited to share more travel, architecture and art impressions with other
      users on www.pausanio.de a platform for arts and culture.

    2. n0ah 54 months ago | reply

      You're on hacks!:

      hacks.mozilla.org/2009/10/mozilla-developer-network/

      Love the shot, by the way.

    3. The_Circumference 53 months ago | reply

      Hello!

      Just wanted to let you know that your photo has been featured in a travel article on The Circumference with a link back.

      You can view the article here:
      www.thecircumference.org/experiences/route-66
      Thanks for sharing your fantastic photo!

      - The Circumference

    4. louis.foecy.fr 53 months ago | reply

      J'aime !
      Magnifique shot !!
      Wonderfull shot !

    5. kgka00 51 months ago | reply

      very nice shot!

    6. ethernautrix 50 months ago | reply

      Whoa! I wonder if that's right around the bend from where I took this shot:

      f-20100220 Rte 66 W of Williams, AZ 0011BW

      It was snowing Saturday (2/20/10) when I drove through.

    7. Gabriel Horcajada Ruiz 50 months ago | reply

      Hello, your photos are fantastic. They really are very impressive. Reflects on Route 66 as it is: a source of inspiration and beauty and adventure.

    8. tom_aaron 49 months ago | reply

      What a wonderful capture of Route 66. Love the way you have the mirage in there. Dynamite! Thank you for another beautiful shot and for making this one available at Flickr with a CC license too. We have put your photo up at our site for our topic of the week at aaronlanguage.com/weekly_English_topic/172_april_4_2010.htm. Your name is under the photo, linking to your credit at aaronlanguage.com/additionallinks/credits.html like before. This then links to your profile at Flickr. Thank you!

    9. patricia_grrb 49 months ago | reply

      Amazing! I would like to go there at some point in my life!

    10. jdawn1982 48 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous shot!

    11. Vacances Corses 47 months ago | reply

      Bonjour,

      Je gère le site Vacances Corses. Votre photo m’a beaucoup plu, je me suis donc permis de l’utiliser dans l’article: Road Trip de Nikola dans la grand Ouest Corse. Bien évidemment, je vous ai cité comme photographe de la photo et j’ai mis un lien vers votre photo. Cela vous dérange t-il ? Merci pour votre réponse.
      Fanny

    12. wenzday01 45 months ago | reply

      love the perspective!

      seen on light stalking.

    13. photosteve101 44 months ago | reply

      Hello Chuck, this is an wonderful shot! I have written an article about Leadership Skills and have featured your photo in the article.

      You can find the article about the key to leadership success by clicking on the following link: www.planetofsuccess.com/blog/leadership-secret-the-key-to...

      (I have also integrated a credit link with your name to this site, at the end of the article!).

      Thank you for sharing this wonderful photo!

    14. Lisa DiConti 38 months ago | reply

      Wonderful! Spectacular view and a great feel!

    15. icb2011 32 months ago | reply

      I love this road, me and my husband stopped at Seligman in 2005 ...it's just full of character.

    16. Conrail89 15 months ago | reply

      Neat photo!!!

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