Arco via INL
Yesterday I took a trip to the Idaho National Laboratory to photograph a building they’re demolishing. I arrived a little early so I quickly (like 65 mph) photographed three dormant volcanoes along the highway in the area.
East Butte, Middle Butte, and Big Southern Butte, Idaho 2010
I then took a detour home through Arco, ID. Arco is a small farming community whose two claims to fame are:
1. It is “The first city in the world to be lit by nuclear power”
2. Its proximity to Craters of the Moon National Monumnet.
It’s a cool little town. I made a few quick photographs of the hand-decrorated signs and building in the city.
Mountain Mural, Arco, ID 2010
Wrap Around Mural, Arco, ID 2010
Arco Christian Mural, Arco, ID 2010
Hand-Painted Bluebird, Arco, ID 2010