Antelope Valley Dirt Road in Spring

Antelope Valley Dirt RoadAntelope Valley Dirt Road in Spring – Antelope Valley, California, USA

There’s something about dirt roads that draws me like a magnet. There are no signs. You have no way of knowing where it will lead you. All you can see is a vanishing point. There’s a good chance of getting lost, and who cares!

Copyright 2014 O. Bisogno Scotti,  All Rights Reserved.

Nikon N90S SLR, AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8D, exposure: not recorded, Kodak E100SW Professional 35mm transparency film, filter: Nikon L37C, program mode: Aperture Priority, M-up Mode, Manfrotto 3221 tripod with Manfrotto 3265 pistol grip ball head, Nikon MC-20 remote cable, Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai, 35 mm film scanner, LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast 8 scanner software, 2003 Xterra 4×4.

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12 thoughts on “Antelope Valley Dirt Road in Spring

  1. Thanks for liking rondje. This image was taken in 1998. There was more winter rain back then in Southern California which produced an abundance of spring wildflowers. It is not that way now so it is nice to look back and see how it once was.

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    • beautiful color and, yes, so reminiscent of the “golden” days of southern California – reminds me of the late sixties and early seventies and exploring beautiful California with my little family……………….and yes, sometimes getting very lost.

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      • Ah, the great American car trip! Finding this old transparency seems to have stirred my wanderlust.

        Getting lost is not always a bad thing. Everyone should try it once in awhile…

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