OMW James, is that THE Route 66? We have Route 62 in South Africa, emulated from the US. It's a fun route especially for us bikers. Good to see you again. Greetings from Jo, Tanzania
Bonjour.Bonne installation au Texas et, vite, la fin des cartons !
Cette image est tout simplement mythique!la route 66, les paysages derrière, c'est le vrai rêve américain!(J'espère que ta voiture n'a pas fini le voyage comme ça...) ;o)
Route 66, cool!I hope you have a happy life in your new home in Texas.Have a good weekend James! ;-)
What area of Texas do you now call home, James? It's a big state and I'm sure you will quickly find lots of material for your great photography talents! I drove 150 miles just a couple weeks ago to photograph one of the state's most historic courthouses, so a 300-mile round trip is nothing for we Texans!
what a great shot!
Perfect shot for Route 66! I love it! Hope your move is going well! Having been born and raised in Texas, I have to admit that after all the incredible places you have lived -- why Texas???? Enjoy your weekend!!Sylvia
Like the shot, you don't sound to keen on the new place.
Very nice car, a question, your header picture, is this the carousel Colmar?Greetings,Filip
Welcome back, James. You have posted a wonderful Route 66 photo. Thanks.
What a cool shot. Good luck in your new home, and have a wonderful weekend.
Texas ??? Where in Texas ? But I guess you've lived there before, right ? Maybe Paris, Texas, this time ? Be well...
Classic —You know I love it. I drove through northern Texas once and it will be a rich and diverse place to blog from. Can't wait to see it thru your lens!
This picture is magnificent!Thanks for updating news, we are always thinking of you and Vicki and sending great energies and purrs to the kitties!Léia
That is one hell of an awesome photograph James!!! Classic Americana at its very best. I drove along parts of Route 66 in 2009, visiting places such as Amboy and Kingman... and I've been wanting to go back ever since :-)Hope you enjoy your new place... I'm looking forward to seeing more pictures from your trip.
Such a beautiful crisp black & white photo.
Texas? You moved to Texas? How did I miss this...
You're right, often the journey is more exciting than the destination. Yeeee Hawww....welcome to Texas. vPS I hear there's a PARIS there! :)
I'm glad the settling has begunbe happy and comfylove the photo
Excellent shot!!! Perfect in B&W!
Didn't you just move to Balboa?? I'm confused!!! Texas will be a whole different photo experience!!!
Grapevine is in the Dallas area as I recall. You are not exactly next door but closer to Tulsa than you were. Welcome to the neighborhood. I have missed your blog.
This is a wonderful shot
James, I echo other... Texas??? I can't say I see a very snug cultural fit for you there. You must have your reasons (work, I bet). This is an awesome Route 66 shot. Classic in monochrome. You and Pat shadowing each other?
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