Journey around the American West (without the dangers of backcountry travel) through over 50 full-page color photographs on high-quality gloss paper by Eric Thome, a fine artist.
Photographs range from western cities and towns to remote ghost towns (in the process of vanishing from existence) and wilderness. Historic locales in this volume are from California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.
Photograph subjects include advertising signs, automobiles, cultural sites, early 1900s amusement parks, ephemera, historic architecture, landscapes, mid-century neon, mines, rock art, ruins, sculptures, wildlife, and more. Eras of the subject matter photographed in this book span from North American Pre-Columbian to the 20th Century.
Native American subjects include petroglyphs, pictographs, and Ancestral Pueblo architecture. Other cultural photos vary from a Basque aspen arborglyph (these are disappearing as the trees reach the end of their lifespan) to San Francisco's Chinatown.