Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2001/10/25

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Southwest Road Trip photo op advice?
From: "Steve Barbour" <>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 06:54:15 -0700
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try to stop and spend some time in Canyon de of my favorite
places in Arizona...Steve
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From: "Adam Bridge" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 10:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] Southwest Road Trip photo op advice?

> There are a few parts of the original Route 66 still extant. One of them
> takes off I-40 south of Kingman, AZ and winds up and over some mountains
> drops down to meet the Colorado River, and I-40, across the river from
> Needles.
> It's a neat road. We stopped and saw wild donkeys wandering down the road.
> It's very winding, takes a couple hours, and gives a sense of what Rt 66
> like.
> In the north-west corner of New Mexico is a perfect volcanic cinder cone.
> It's a national monument and wroth a look.
> There is just so much to see in the South Western United States that its
> hard to know. But I've seen hoar frost on the desert north of Flagstaff
> was breathtaking.
> Take your time. Wander. The textures are grand. The colors can be vivid,
> subtle, all at the same time.
> Santa Fe, Taos are wonderful as well.
> Geesh - I'm excited! I'm driving to Santa Fe for one of the Santa Fe
> Workshops in February. Now I wish I were going tomorrow...
> Adam
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