Taken the summer of 2007. American Walnut Trees for much needed summer shade in the Central California Valley.
pinhole, Zero Image69, Ilford 100 delta, Rodinol - Eric Engelhard
The Lincoln Highway was the first road across America. This famed transcontinental highway was actively promoted by Carl G. Fisher. By early September 1912, he began organizing the effort by holding a dinner meeting in Indianapolis with many of his automobile industry friends where he urged their support to help fund it.
The Lincoln Highway spanned more than 3000 miles (5000 km), coast-to-coast, from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, originally through 13 states: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and California. In 1915, the “Colorado Loop” was removed, and in 1928, a realignment relocated the Lincoln through the northern tip of West Virginia. Thus, there are a total of 14 states through which the highway passed.