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The Aztec Motel, a real piece of American history, was demolished in 2011, I managed to take this shot just a week before.... more
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The Aztec Motel, a real piece of American history, was demolished in 2011, I managed to take this shot just a week before. (from Wikipedia) The Aztec Motel was built in 1932 as the first of what would eventually be dozens of auto courts lining Central Avenue, which became U.S. Route 66 4 years later. It was listed on the New Mexico State Register of Cultural Properties and the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. The building was well known locally for its exterior decorations, which consisted of hundreds of found objects assembled in the 1990s by a resident of the motel. The work was described in the Albuquerque Journal as a "beloved local folk art installation". In 2003, the Aztec Motel received a fund from the National Park Service Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program to restore its neon sign. The Aztec Motel was razed in early June 2011. The motel's owners cited its deteriorating condition and high maintenance costs as reasons for the demolition, estimating the buildin...
Micah Offman as a photographer resided in Tucson, AZ but he had the opportunity to travel throughout the world and, as a result, the chance to capture a host of intriguing images from many different countries. Micah is interested in photographing a wide number of different subjects often filtered with dream-like atmospheres or with music as inspiration. All of his images have a special look that is the result of his commitment to making photographs treated in detail. All images copyright Micah Offman unless otherwise noted. All rights expressly reserved. If you want to follow me and my work on social media and also get updates on sales and special offers you can do so here: https://www.facebook.com/micah.offman.art
Bearj B Photo Art
Very nicely done.
Micah Offman replied:
Thank you, Bearj!
CONGRATULATIONS your STUNNING image has been FEATURED on the HOME PAGE of SHOWCASING THE SOUTH GROUP! Thank you for participating in the group. Please add this to the discussion 2020 “FEATURED IMAGE ARCHIVE THREAD.” L
A splendid, historic image with such a tragic backstory! l/f
Micah Offman replied:
Thank you so much, Dorothy!
Luther Fine Art
Congratulations! Your marvelous art has been featured on the Home Page of the ABC Group. This art has been selected from the ABC Group's OPEN WEEK, You are invited to add this wonderful art to the features archive,
Jenny Revitz Soper
BRAVO! Your excellent artwork has earned a FEATURE on the homepage of the FAA Artist Group No Place Like Home, 2/17/2019! You may also post it in the Group's Features discussion thread and any other thread that fits!
The New Mexico Land of Enchantment Group is honored that you chose to submit your work to the group and we are proud to feature your magnificent image on the Homepage in the Featured Images.
Luther Fine Art
Congratulations! Your fantastic photographic art has been chosen as a Camera Art Group feature! You are invited to archive your work in the Features Archive discussion as well as any other discussion in which it would fit