A look at America along iconic Route 66, winding from Chicago to Los Angeles.
A Texas storm blows across the prairie near an abandoned old GMC car east of Amarillo, Texas.
Truitt Frost, makes a face as he struggles to hold onto Andrew Martin Cribbs, 3, on the family ranch in New Mexico during a roundup.
Morning at Luis Place, nestled between the meat plants and fish markets near Halstead Avenue in Chicago, Ill.
Car headlights mark Route 66 as they go by the 66 motel in Flagstaff, Arizona at night.
Cynthia has a smoke on her bed at the Drake guesthouse, formerly an upscale hotel in Carthage, Missouri along Route 66, now a group home for mentally and physically disabled.
Keesha Gilleland , 16, hugs Toni, at the Drake guesthouse, formerly an upscale hotel in downtown Carthage, Missouri, now a group home for the mentally and physically disabled.
Regina Curley serves fries onto a plate from the frying cage at the famous Route 66 Snowcap eatery. Filled with 66 memorabilia, the family-run restaurant is a tourist attraction in Seligman, Arizona.
Juan Delgadillo owner of Snowcap, the iconic Route 66 eatery in Seligman, Arizona.
Tourists stop in at the Big Texan steakhouse to snap a photo with the giant cow in Amarillo, Texas.
Route 66 winds into the mountains near the border of Arizona and California.
A foot sticks out of the window at the crowded drive-in theater in Weatherford, Oklahoma.
Gabrielle Ritzy of Switzerland, on her Harley Davidson in Seligman, Arizona. Ritzy is one of the many Europeans who travel to the U.S to ride Route 66.
Austin Horn, 6, and his cousin London Busby , 9, look for grasshoppers in the timothy grass on an Oklahoma summer evening in Weatherford.
Shoky and Mohamed Natha, owners and residents of the Aztec motel in Albuquerque New Mexico in their small apartment on the premises.
Darrius Young, 5, of Los Angeles walks along the beach in Santa Monica. Route 66 ends at the Santa Monica Pier and the Pacific ocean in California.