Atlanta to Seattle Road Trip – Day 4: The Land of Enchantment – New Mexico (Part 1)

Since Aman & I had a argument on day 3 about reaching places at not so appropriate time as I want to, we started early on day 4 around 6am. After taking our morning picture in the car (our daily picture in the car with GoPro mounted on the dashboard) we started out for Santa Fe, New…

Atlanta to Seattle Road Trip – Day 3: Exploring the Lone Star State – Texas

Aman & I started our day with beautiful sunrise jog outside our hotel in Oklahoma City. It was fun & energetic. Below is the picture taken from my trusted Nexus 5 of the sunrise from hotel window. After departing from our hotel we drove through a small stretch of the Old Route 66 (mother road) from…

ATL-SEA Road Trip – Day 2 : Night Stay at Oklahoma City

From Memphis downtown we headed towards Oklahoma City(OKC). But before reaching OKC for our night stay, Aman and I decided to take a side trip to Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. Before entering the park, there was a very small town,Hot Springs, surrounded by low lying mountains. The downtown was full of row of bathhouses constructed in 1800’s, which…

ATL-SEA Road Trip – Day 2: Beale Street, Memphis, TN

After a self made breakfast at Karen’s (our last nite host), Aman mounted the GoPro camera on the dashboard for documenting our road trip through another angle and we departed to explore the city of blues music – Memphis. Though Beale street has to be visited at night for experiencing its neon lights and live music outside…

Atlanta to Seattle Road Trip – Day 1: Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham,Alabama

Sloss Furnaces stands as the major historic landmark in the history of ironmaking industry of Birmingham. The raw materials for making iron – iron ore, limestone and coal are available in abundance in Birmingham area and thus the people here made these materials into pig iron and served for 90 years at Sloss Furnaces.

Mt Shasta

Clicked this image of Mt Shasta, while on my way back to Oregon from California. Could not resist the early morning light and parked my car on the shoulder to get this super amazing shot. Sometimes when light is perfect, composition is perfect and you get in your camera what you were looking for, it…