Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture

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Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture

Photography has been something of a compulsion for as long as I can remember, but I didn't get serious about it until I realized that photo-documentation was a vital part of experiencing and preserving roadside culture. I bought my first "real" camera in 1991, a semi-professional Nikon, and it served me well until 2004, when I could no longer stave off the digital tidal wave. Since I made the switch, there's been no looking back.

I have been fortunate to have some of my photos published in various mediums, and in 2006 I teamed up with best gal Shellee Graham to launch a new site dedicated to making a wide selection of Route 66 and roadside culture images available to both individual and commercial users. The result is www.route66photographs.com. When you get a minute, link up for a tour.

Samples of Jim's Photography from Route 66 Sightings
Route 66 Photography Allen's Fillin' Station Route 66 Photography 66 Drive-In
Route 66 Photography Twin Arrows Route 66 Photography West Theatre
Route 66 Photography McLean Station Route 66 Photography Snowy Road to Oatman
Route 66 Photography Snow Cap Route 66 Photography Longhorn Cafe Glenrio
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture

Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
Route 66 Photography Roadside Culture
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