Mobius Arch and Mount Whitney

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Mobius Arch, in California's Alabama Hills State Recreation Area forms a portal to view Lone Pine Peak and Mount Whitney. Since the 1920's film makers have been using the Alabama Hills as a backdrop for their movies. In the early days of motion pictures films such as "Gunga Din", "How the West Was Won", and "Yellow Sky" were filmed at a site within the recreation area known as "Movie Flats. More recently movies such as "Tremors", "Star Trek Generations," "Gladiator", "Iron Man", and "Django Unchained" were shot in the Alabama Hills.
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Route 66 Bridge Over Padre Canyon

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Padre Canyon Bridge spans the Padre Canyon in Arizona, east of Flagstaff. Once part of the National Old Trails Highway, and later Route 66, it's construction allowed vehicles to pass over Padre Canyon whose steep canyon walls were a major transportation obstacle on the relatively flat Arizona high desert since the days of the Winona-Flagstaff Road. The bridge, classified as a Luten Bridge, was enginereed by Daniel B. Luten and built by the Topeka Bridge and Iron Co. in 1914 for a total cost of $7,900. On September 30, 1988 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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Hickman Bridge, Capital Reef National Park

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Hickman Bridge, a natural arch, is located in Utah's Capital Reef National Park.
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Santa Monica Pier at Night

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Neon archway at the entrance to the Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California. On November 11, 2009, the Santa Monica Pier was designated as the official Western Terminus of Route 66 by the Route 66 Alliance, an organization that promotes and preserves the historic roadway between Chicago, Ill. and Santa Monica.
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Fog Bow


One morning when I was doing a Caracara survey, I suddenly realized that a fog bow had formed. I had never seen one before and was a bit confused, but I took photos. Later in the day, I compared notes with others involved in the survey and a number of people had seen them.
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