This photo shows a colorful neon sign along the old Route 66 in the Nob Hill neighborhood of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Found along the old Route 66 (Central Ave.) it is a colorful tribute to the historic past of Albuquerque as a major stop along the “Mother Road.” I used a bit of HDR editing to give this image a bit of “pop.” You can purchase the original hi-resolution (3800×2800 pixels, 300 dpi) version of this image (no watermark) for non-commercial use for only 16.99. See details below.
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