Cadillac Graveyard

I was shooting photos for an editorial on America’s roadside attractions. Most of these attractions were honkey-tonk especially in the American West and Route 66. I had heard of Cadillac Ranch years before. I believe its preservation was support by the Dei Art Foundation of New York City/ Beacon N.Y. It was considered serious art. It was created by a small art collected named Ant Farm.

I drove 12 hours out of my way to photograph Cadillac Ranch. I found it just outside of Amarillo, Texas I intended to spend several hours there, but I miscalculated the drive. I arrived just before sunset. The timing turned out to be perfect. It was well worth the drive

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An auto mechanic's gay son from Philadelphia, I went to Kenya as an exchange student at 15. That changed everything... BA/MA Engineering Stanford University, MBA Harvard University Entrepreneur, Founder, Creator, Builder, Writer, Photographer, World Citizen... Stanford Engineer Living in Fornalutx, Mallorca, a UNESCO World Heritage Region

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