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Discussion in 'Photos' started by xs400, Feb 5, 2007.
Near Needville, TX
You not the only one mate......
Ok, where is it?
This thread continues to inspire!
Llanos Orientales, Colombia - South America
Why, it's the Loneliest Road in America!!!!! Highway 50 through Nevada. I got the idea for the photo from the cover of Neil Peart's book Ghost Rider.
What a cool shot! I am trying to visualize where that was taken. Obviously those are the eastern Sierras in the background. Is Sand Mountain behind the hills to the right? You have inspired me to duplicate your shot as well. I will be riding that road in 3 weeks so let's see if I can come up with something close to yours. Thanks!
It's a road from San Pedro de Atacama to Calama, north of Chile. The name means something like "Plain of Patience". You guys can see why...
Animals on the road here... drive carefully.
This is the Oodnadatta track in South Australia near Lake Eyre
Carrizo Plain, Central California:
A ride from Druango to Mt. Hood, here part of the way on the old Pony Express route somewhere in Utah.
Bravo...This is a great shot. The long view gives perspective and truly does look "lonely." Looks like a good soul searching section to cross.
Hwy 22, Texas.
How fast is that road going?
Looks like about 10+ miles to that mountain! I miss the view out west, furthest view around here is 50 ft! Dam trees...