Title of image was inspired by the song under the same title by Dashboard Confessional.
If you have spent a majority of your time traveling across the Navajo Reservation your bound to have passed by this sign on the way to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. This is left over from the remnants of an old roadside stand that was called Chief Yellowhorse’s Trading Post. There used to be another sign that proclaimed: “Chief Yellowhorse Loves You!” I don’t see it standing up any more though. Soon, I would like to focus my lens on more of the rural decay found on the reservation because there is beauty in what I see out there. It’s kinda sad, but the emotions should be captured in images. Navajoland is a truly beautiful place!
Get you’re kicks on Route 66!
I love the architecture of the LDS (Mormon) temple that is located at the heart of Mesa, Arizona. It has an ancient feel to it. Special ordinances are performed in Mormon temples and the ceremonies performed are sacred. It is disrespectful and considered sacrilegious for LDS members to discuss what happens in the temple anywhere outside of it. Once you understand the importance of the beliefs it’s not hard understand why this is.
Stop by the Ale’inn for supper before you head out in your search for the truth. My buddy Rob and I took a little trip out to Area 51 the other day and stopped in this little diner for supper. Later that night we met up with a group of UFO hunters from Las Vegas.
I think that’s what it says. I could not quite make out the lettering on this building because it was so faded. This is next to Last Chance Saloon in Modena, Utah.
This is located in Modena, Utah near the Nevada state line.