Humble, solitary road stops are a part of our nation's culture, and recall a time where a sense of adventure brought by exploring unfamiliar territory with friends and family alike was commonplace. "The Golden Age of Car Travel," as esteemed photographer Ryann Ford calls it. One problem, though: these Americana artifacts are disappearing, as Ford discovered during her 2007 road trip from Los Angeles to Austin via Route 66. This collection of her work highlights this dwindling facet of American culture, with a gorgeous symmetrical style that highlights the loneliness of the once-bustling road stops against the grand and striking vistas beyond.
(W)10" x (H)12"
By Ryann Ford