Monday, July 17, 2006

cadillac ranch

Cadillac Ranch is a work of modern art set along the historic Route 66 just west of Amarillo, TX. It's aligned precisely facing west like the Cheops pyramid so I guess you could say it's the American Carhenge. It commemorates the Golden Age of American Autos. The Cadillac models half buried there range from 1949 to 1963.


This says, "Kill all men, we can live without them." What if there's a leaky faucet? Who's going to fix it.?
Italy had just won the World Cup the night before so someone didn't waste any time applying this graffiti.

2 comments:

Lorna said...

Are you available to plan all my future holidays?

wally said...

sure