Friday 7 February 2014

Vistas Driving Westwards

Driving can be boring, but I spent the time taking a lot of photos.
That's how I see the world passing by.
After weeks of urban living 
we finally reach the wide open spaces of the west.

Taken on our last three days of our journey west.
The White House, Floresville, Texas
(A famous whore house of the past)
San Antonio, Texas
I-10, Texas
I-10 approaching El Paso, Texas
Morning Rush Hour
Artful overpasses 
Modern Architecture
part of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, 
I-10 New Mexico

Stein, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona
Distant view of Yuma, Arizona 
All American Canal, California
Imperial Dunes, California


  1. Love, love, love your pictures. Most of them are very familiar. Pictures speak when words don't.

  2. We have travelled that same route many times over the years, it is a long drive, but worth it in the end.

  3. I've never been to Texas, but I recognize the last two. I guess some of the road shots seem familiar because I've driven so many roads in the middle of nowhere. It's kind of calming, just road and scenery, as far as you can see. Most of the time I enjoy that. :)

  4. Your photos are absolutely gorgeous! Thank you. My husband & I plan to travel some of those roads by early next year when we're both retired.


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