Images from Sixty-Six, Part III.

Dharma Anchor

The third in a series of posts containing the odd assortment of photographs taken along Route 66 which don’t necessarily need to be forced into another group of photos. I’ve also begun shooting laying or sitting on her center line at various intervals to show the rapidity and extremeness with which she changes along her remaining length. Those are slowly becoming a series unto themselves.

sixsi1post Route 66, near Texola OK.

sixsi2post Sayre OK

sixsi3post Sayre OK

sixsi4post Between Elk City and Sayre OK.

sixsi5post Somewhere near Erick OK. Original 66 is decommissioned through this area and runs directly parallel to State Highway 40. Nature is swallowing her back up, making her look eerily like her own tombstone.

sixsi6post One of Route 66’s original truss bridges.

The following are part of the photographs taken in Hext, OK. I knew in advance that Hext is considered a ghosttown, but didn’t realize that it really is almost gone…

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