Continuing my series of images from along Grand Avenue in Phoenix, AZ:
I’ve driven Grand Avenue a lot, and I’ve always seen this car and this boat atop this trailer…but I could never figure out how to get to it. Grand Avenue runs diagonally from northwest to southeast, while every other street is laid out in a grid of proper east-west and north-south roadways. Therefore, every mile along Grand Avenue there is a three-way meeting of major roadways, usually with one of them elevated over the other. The exits are tricky, and it’s hard to get your bearings when you have to make several turns just to get off of Grand…oh, and did I mention there’s a railroad track that runs parallel to Grand that must be crossed?
Anyway, on this trip I made it my mission to find this “art installation” and get a shot of it. And here it is, rendered in all its HDR glory. I found that the “installation” (I’m not even sure what to call it) is located right next to a salvage/junkyard. Once we got up close, we could see there was actually a lot of detail in the painting on the trailer that isn’t visible when one is zooming by on Grand Avenue. I had never noticed that it depicts Route 66, of which Grand Avenue is a part. Very appropriate!!
So, enjoy!! I know we enjoyed tracking this thing down!
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