Although I’m working today in the photography studio at Studios on the Park in downtown Paso Robles, California, I wanted to add a brief post to my web blog of two very interesting places I encountered while exploring historic Route 66 in California’s magnificent Mojave Desert. The first image below depicts one of the numerous salt evaporation (solar) ponds located near the deserted town of Amboy in San Bernardino County, California. Amboy is located on the National Trails Highway along the original U.S. Route 66 and is home to the famous but now defunct Roy’s Motel and Cafe, a great example of mid-century modern architecture.Read More»
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