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Albus the Crab grabs dinner at Pepitos, a local favorite in Niceville and the Fort Walton Beach area. Niceville, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 11 Dec. 2018) nathanael miller; sparks1524; guerrilla photojournalist; guerrilla photojournalism; #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #Florida #albus #albusthecrab #Niceville #food #mexicanfood #pepitos
Albus the Crab at the National Corvette Museum. Founded in 1994, it showcases the history of the Corvette and early racing. It's signature Skydome was the site of a 2014 sinkhole that swallowed 8 historic cars. All 8 were recovered, but only two were fully restored. Bowling Green, Kentucky. (Nathanael Miller, 6 Dec. 2018) nathanael miller; sparks1524; guerrilla photojournalist; guerrilla photojournalism; #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling ; Corvette; Chevrolet; Chevy; museum; museums; history; historic; #Corvette ; #corvettemuseum ; #car ; #Kentucky ; Kentucky; #museum ; #museums #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Cragfont. Completed in 1802, Cragfont was the post-war home of Revolutionary War Gen. James Winchester. It was later occupied by Union forces during the Civil War. Castalian Springs, Tennessee. (Nathanael Miller. 05 Dec. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Tennessee #Cragfont #historichome #historichouse #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab discusses the mysteries of quantum theory and hunting small prey with his new friend, Cornelius the Copiously Contented Corn Snake. Mount Juliet, Tennessee. (Nathanael Miller. 18 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #albus #albusthecrab #Tennessee #MountJuliet #snake #cornsnake #reptile #slither
Albus the Crab at the Old Capitol. The Old Capitol was completed in 1845, the year Florida became the 27th state. It was renovated over the years, including the addition of the dome in 1902. It has been restored to its 1902 appearance and maintained as a museum site. Tallahassee, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 05 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #Tallahassee #MuseumofFloridaHistory #visitMFH #museum #museums #statecapitol #capitol #floridacapitol #oldcapitol #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on the observation deck of the New Capitol. The New Capitol Building was completed in 1977 and done in a modern, "international" style. It is centered by the 22-story executive office tower, which is topped by an observation level. Tallahassee, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 05 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #Tallahassee #MuseumofFloridaHistory #visitMFH #museum #museums #statecapitol #capitol #floridacapitol #newcapitol #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Museum of Florida History. I lived in Tallahassee from 1992 - 1997. I interned at the Museum of Florida History in 1994, and then got my first post-FSU job there from 1994 - 1995 when budget cuts slashed a number of state jobs. The museum was opened in 1977 and is housed in the R. A. Gray Building behind the state capitol. One of my early jobs was cataloguing and recording the condition of several Civil War flags before sending them for conservation, the most rare being the 5th Florida regimental flag. Other exhibits I regularly cleaned, such as the case for the builder's model of the battleship USS Florida and citrus packing house. I had a minor part assisting in the construction of the diorama of Florida's first people. Tallahassee, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 05 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #Tallahassee #MuseumofFloridaHistory #visitMFH #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
Vote!!! Albus already cast his ballot! #albus #albusthecrab #vote #election
Albus the Crab prepares to dive into a tiramisu after demolishing a robust and wonderfully done pasta verona at Nonna's Trattoria, a small Italian restaurant on Aviles Street in St. Augustine. Even on a rainy, cloudy day St. Augustine is a vibrant city to walk around. Founded in 1565 by the Spanish, it is the oldest continually inhabited European-founded city in the U.S. St. Augustine was the capital of the territory of Florida after the U.S. took over in 1819 until the territorial legislature moved to Tallahassee in 1824. St. Augustine, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 04 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #StAugustine #albus #albusthecrab #nonnastrattoria
Albus the Crab checking out the remnant of the Rodriguez Arsian House in St. Augustine. Even on a rainy, cloudy day St. Augustine is a vibrant city to walk around. Founded in 1565 by the Spanish, it is the oldest continually inhabited European-founded city in the U.S. St. Augustine was the capital of the territory of Florida after the U.S. took over in 1819 until the territorial legislature moved to Tallahassee in 1824. St. Augustine, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 04 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #StAugustine #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Castillo de San Marcos. The Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine is the oldest masonry fort in the continental U.S. It was begun in 1672, and today visitors can see areas with original paint and even carvings of ships and other historic graffiti. Even on a rainy, cloudy day St. Augustine is a vibrant city to walk around. Founded in 1565 by the Spanish, it is the oldest continually inhabited European-founded city in the U.S. St. Augustine, Florida. (Nathanael Miller, 04 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Florida #StAugustine #castillodesanmarcos #nationalmonument #NPS #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the statue of Tom Landry, head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 - 1988. Among his other career accomplishments, Landry led the Cowboys to their first Super Bowl win when they clocked the Miami Dolphins 24 - 3 during Super Bowl VI on January 16, 1972. The statue stands outside the Cowboys stadium (officially known as AT&T Stadium). Arlington, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 02 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #Arlington #cowboys #dallascowboys #tomlandry #football #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the San Jacinto Battle Monument and Museum. Rising over 567 feet high, the San Jacinto Monument is the tallest battlement tower in the world. It commemorates the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto in which Texas won its independence from Spain, and its base contains a museum of Texas history, and the top of the tower contains an observation deck. La Porte, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #LaPorte #txstateparks #sanjacinto #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab atop the San Jacinto Battle Monument and Museum. Rising over 567 feet high, the San Jacinto Monument is the tallest battlement tower in the world. It commemorates the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto in which Texas won its independence from Spain, and its base contains a museum of Texas history, and the top of the tower contains an observation deck. La Porte, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #LaPorte #txstateparks #sanjacinto #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab chats with a Sailor Bear who volunteers aboard the USS Texas. The New York-class battleship USS Texas (BB 35) was in commission from 1914 - 1948. It is one of the few American ships (and only battleship left) that served in both World Wars I and II. The ship has been a museum since 1948. La Porte, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #LaPorte #USSTexas #battleshiptexas #txstateparks #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab with the bell of first USS Texas (commissioned in 1895) aboard The New York-class battleship USS Texas (BB 35). Texas was in commission from 1914 - 1948. It is one of the few American ships (and only battleship left) that served in both World Wars I and II. The ship has been a museum since 1948. La Porte, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #LaPorte #USSTexas #battleshiptexas #txstateparks #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab with a dud German shell that hit the USS Texas during a 1944 batlte with German shore batteries in France. The New York-class battleship USS Texas (BB 35) was in commission from 1914 - 1948. It is one of the few American ships (and only battleship left) that served in both World Wars I and II. The ship has been a museum since 1948. La Porte, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 01 Nov. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #LaPorte #USSTexas #battleshiptexas #txstateparks #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on a propeller from the light carrier USS Cabot (CVL 28) on display at the USS Lexington Museum. Cabot was in commission from 1943 - 1955. The Lexington is named for the previous carrier Lexington which was sunk at the 1942 Battle of the Coral Sea, USS Lexington (CV 16) was commissioned in 1943 and served until 1991. It was the last Essex-class carrier in service, and the last U.S. carrier in service from World War II. The ship became a floating museum in Corpus Christi in 1992. Corpus Christi, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 31 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #CorpusChristi #lexington #USSLexington #CV16 #aircraftcarrier #museum #museums #museumship #cabot #usscabot #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on a Tactical Airborne Reconnaissance Pod System (TARPS) pod displayed on an F-14 aboard the USS Lexington Museum. The Lexington is named for the previous carrier Lexington which was sunk at the 1942 Battle of the Coral Sea, USS Lexington (CV 16) was commissioned in 1943 and served until 1991. It was the last Essex-class carrier in service, and the last U.S. carrier in service from World War II. The ship became a floating museum in Corpus Christi in 1992. Corpus Christi, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 31 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #CorpusChristi #lexington #USSLexington #CV16 #aircraftcarrier #museum #museums #museumship #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab aboard the USS Lexington Museum. The Lexington is named for the previous carrier Lexington which was sunk at the 1942 Battle of the Coral Sea, USS Lexington (CV 16) was commissioned in 1943 and served until 1991. It was the last Essex-class carrier in service, and the last U.S. carrier in service from World War II. The ship became a floating museum in Corpus Christi in 1992. Corpus Christi, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 31 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #CorpusChristi #lexington #USSLexington #CV16 #aircraftcarrier #museum #museums #museumship #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in Austin, Texas. He had dinner with me and my friends David Allen and Nicky Allen. Austin, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 30 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #Austin #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Texas World War II Memorial. The memorial is an exact duplicate of the Texas column at the national World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. Austin, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 30 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #Austin #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in the Texas State Capitol. Incorporated in 1839, Austin is named for Texas founder Stephen F. Austin and is the state capital of Texas. Austin, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 30 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #Austin #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Alamo. Established as the Misión San Antonio de Valero in 1744, the Alamo took its later name from a company of soldiers hailing from Alamo de Parras near the Rio Grande. The site operated as a military outpost for decades before becoming the center of the famous March 6, 1836 Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. Today only the church and long barracks are left standing. A five-year plan aims to clear much of the development around the site and restore much of it to its 1836 appearance. San Antonio, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 29 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #SanAntonio #alamo #thealamo #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Crockett Elementary, the first school my brother and I ever attended after we were born in San Angelo. San Angelo, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 28 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #SanAngleo #ConchoRiver #Concho #FortConcho #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Fort Concho...careful to NOT climb on the ruins even if he climbs all over the sings! Fort Concho was established in 1867 and was in operation until 1889 after the railroad reached western Texas, eliminating the need for many such forts. Concho is one of the best preserved frontier forts left due to its construction from sandstone and because the residents of nearby San Angelo literally moved into its buildings instead of razing them. San Angelo, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 28 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #SanAngleo #ConchoRiver #Concho #FortConcho #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the old wagon bridge in Canadian, Texas. The bridge was built in 1915 over the Canadian River. Canadian, Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 27 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #Canadian #WagonBridge #CanadianWagonBridge #albus #albusthecrab
I have held back from this particular composition for the past year. This is the first image in which all the players in Grand Tour USA appear together: Albus the Crab, the Quarterdeck flags and well deck fragment from USS Ponce (LPD 15), Sara Jane (my trusty 2007 Kia Sorento), and I have finally entered our 50th state - my native state of Texas! Grand Tour USA began in November of 2017 and is being completed in October of 2018. All fifty states and two provinces of Canada! Texas. (Nathanael Miller, 27 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Texas #USSPonce #Ponce #LPD15 #PonceFlags #ProudLion #LoneStarState #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on the Santa Fe Trail. The Santa Fe Trail was a major highway for commerce throughout the 19th century, first linking the U.S. with northern Mexican territories, later uniting the new southwest territories acquired by the United States with the eastern states. Dodge City, Kansas. (Nathanael Miller, 26 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Kansas #DodgeCity #Boothill #Boothillmusuem #oldwest #wyattearp #docholliday #batmasterson #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the 100th Meridian. The 100th Meridian is exactly halfway around the world from the Prime Meridian in Greenwich, England. Running through Dodge City, this means Dodge city is one of the cities in which East meets West. Dodge City, Kansas. (Nathanael Miller, 26 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Kansas #DodgeCity #Boothill #Boothillmusuem #oldwest #wyattearp #docholliday #batmasterson #albus #albusthecrab
Being such a fast shot, Albus the Crab lets Doc Holliday watch his back while they play poker. Doc Holliday joined his friend Wyatt Earp in Dodge City where he made a living as a gambler. Dodge City, Kansas. (Nathanael Miller, 26 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Kansas #DodgeCity #Boothill #Boothillmusuem #oldwest #wyattearp #docholliday #batmasterson #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. The ProRodeo Hall of Fame commemorates and tells the story of the American cowboy and uniquely American sport of rodeo. Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Nathanael Miller, 24 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Colorado #ColoradoSprings #rodeo #cowboy #prorodeohallofofame #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the High Noon Restaurant and Saloon enjoying a blue corn tortilla enchilada with chicken. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Nathanael Miller, 22 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewMexico ; #Albuquerque #highnoon #highnoonrestaurantandsaloon #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Rio Grande. Albuquerque is situated in the Rio Grande Rift, a north-south rift valley through which the Rio Grande flows. The Rio Grande Rift valley marks the area where the North American plate is slowing spreading and expanding. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Nathanael Miller, 22 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewMexico ; #Albuquerque #riftvalley #riogrande #riogranderift #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the San Felipe de Neri Church in Albuquerque. Founded in 1706, the San Felipe de Neri parish is the oldest congregation in Albuquerque. The current church building was constructed in 1799, and is one of the oldest buildings in Albuquerque. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Nathanael Miller, 22 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #NewMexico ; #Albuquerque #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Petrified Forest National Park's Crystal Forest. Established in 1906, the Petrified Forest National Park has grown to encompass and protect vast tracts of Arizona's colorful Painted Desert. The park was the only national park Route 66 intersected, and maintains a monument to Route 66 on the old road bed. The 1,000-year-old Puerco Pueblo ruins and petroglyph sites are in the park, along with the eponymous petrified forests; these trees are so ancient that they were petrified many centuries *before* the Tyrannosaurus Rex stalked the earth. Holbrook, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 21 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #findyourpark #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #petrifiedforest #petrifiedforestnationalpark #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Petrified Forest National Park Route 66 Monument. Established in 1906, the Petrified Forest National Park has grown to encompass and protect vast tracts of Arizona's colorful Painted Desert. The park was the only national park Route 66 intersected, and maintains a monument to Route 66 on the old road bed. The 1,000-year-old Puerco Pueblo ruins and petroglyph sites are in the park, along with the eponymous petrified forests; these trees are so ancient that they were petrified many centuries *before* the Tyrannosaurus Rex stalked the earth. Holbrook, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 21 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #findyourpark #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #petrifiedforest #petrifiedforestnationalpark #albus #albusthecrab #route66
Albus the Crab checks out a map of Williams while having his morning coffee at the Pine Country Restaurant. Williams, Arizona, was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1901. It's named for the famous trapper, scout, and mountain man, William "Old Bill" Williams. Williams was the last town on old Route 66 (the "mother road") by Interstate 40 when I-40 was completed in 1984. Today Williams is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon." Williams, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 19 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #route66 #williams #Route66Official #pinecountry #pinecountryrestaurant #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and the world's largest metal Route 66 sign. Addicted to 66 Deals is a rather massive souvenir shop dedicated to Route 66. It is home to the world's largest metal Route 66 sign. Williams, Arizona, was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1901. It's named for the famous trapper, scout, and mountain man, William "Old Bill" Williams. Williams was the last town on old Route 66 (the "mother road") by Interstate 40 when I-40 was completed in 1984. Today Williams is known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon." Williams, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 19 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #route66 #williams #Route66Official #Addictedto66 #Addictedto66Deals #worldslargest #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide and averages one mile deep. Carved by the Colorado River over millions of years, it is one of the few geological feature easily seen from orbit. The canyon is home to numerous tribes, including the Hopi, Yavapai, Navajo, and Hualapai. The canyon has over 4,000 known archaeological sites, including the Tusayan Ruins; the museum at the Tusayan ruins preserves split-twig wooden effigies over 4,000 years old. The Desert View Watch Tower was built in the 1930s by Mary Colter with the help of several local tribal artists to look like an ancient tower featuring the arts of multiple tribes. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 18 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Arizona #desert #GrandCanyon #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #GrandCanyonNPS #wildlife #americanindian #indian #nativeamerican #hopi #yavapai #navajo #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab on Hoover Dam. Spanning the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona, Hoover Dam creates Lake Meade and is one of the key electrical power and irrigation facilities in the southwestern U.S. Completed in 1936, the dam is 726 feet high and holds back about 10 trillion gallons of water. The Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge was completed in 2010 to eliminate the traffic bottleneck on the dam, and is the second-highest bridge in the U.S. Hoover Dam, Nevada-Arizona. (Nathanael Miller, 17 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #desert #Arizona #dam #Hoover #HooverDam #LakeMeade #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Nevada State Museum, Las VegasThe Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, is one of seven state museums scattered around Nevada. The museum tells the story of Nevada from prehistory to the present day. It's located on the grounds of Spring Preserve, a living museum of Nevada wildlife. Las Vegas, Nevada. (Nathanael Miller, 16 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #desert #Vegas #Lasvegas #nevadastatemuseum #springpreserve #nevadastatemuseumlasvegas #museum #museums #albus #albusthecrab
The Last Charge of the Grand Tour is underway. Seven states left for the Final Phase, and two of them are already down. Keep watching as Albus the Crab and the USS Ponce and I complete this year-long adventure through all 50 United States. #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #albus #albusthecrab #USSPonce #Ponce #PonceFlags #LPD15 #ProudLion
Albus the Crab at the Sand Springs Pony Express Station. The Sand Springs Pony Express Station was one of the 184 stations at which riders switched to fresh horses. The Pony Express ran from 1860 - 1861 before being supplanted by the first transcontinental telegraph. Fallon, Nevada. (Nathanael Miller, 13 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Nevada #Fallon #ponyexpress #sandsprings #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Big Roy. Big Roy is a classic "Muffler Man" who has found new life as a cowboy along side Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway in Hat Creek. Big Roy used to stand as a mechanic outside a shop in Dunsmuir, California. Hat Creek, California. (Nathanael Miller, 12 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #California #mufflerman #roadside #roadsideamerica #bigroy #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Hi-Lo Cafe. The Hi-Lo was named for the difference in room prices between rooms up the hill and down the hill many years ago. Weed was founded by Abner Weed in 1901 as a logging town. Weed sits in the shadow of Mount Shasta's 14, 261 foot peak. Weed, California. (Nathanael Miller, 12 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #California #volcano #volcanic #mountshasta #shasta #blackbutte #weed #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the world's largest chocolate fountain. Alaska Wildberry's main store features artist Mike Sirl's chocolate fountain. With copper kettles and 3,000 lbs. of flowing chocolate, it is believed to be the largest chocolate fountain in the world. Anchorage, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 6 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #worldslargest #chocolate #chocolatefountain #alaskawildberry #alaskawildberryproducts #chocolatefall #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab in Seward. A Russian fur trading post existed on this site in Resurrection Bay before Seward was established in 1903. Named for William Seward, Secretary of State for Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, Seward is the southern terminus for the Alaska Railroad and the historic starting point of the Iditarod Trail. William Seward succeeded in purchasing Alaska from Russia for the U.S. in 1867. Seward, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 5 Oct. 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #seward #iditarod #alaskarailroad #williamseward #sewardsfolly #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the headquarters and museum of the famous Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race from Anchorage to Nome. Started in 1973 by Joe Redington, Sr., the Iditarod is at once a commemoration of the 1867 acquisition of the Alaska territory by the U.S., the famous 1925 diphtheria serum run to Nome, and the heritage of dog teams throughout Alaskan history. The grounds feature a statue of Iditarod race founder Joe Redington and of Balto, the Siberian Husky who led his team on the final leg of the 1925 serum run. Wasilla, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 03 October 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #wasilla #balto #iditarod #sleddog #mushing #iditarodsleddograce #albus #albusthecrab #roadside #roadsideamerica
Albus the Crab at The Anchorage Museum. The Anchorage Museum opened in 1968. It's diverse collection tells the story of the art, culture, history, and natural history of Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska. (Nathanael Miller, 02 October 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Alaska #anchorage #anchoragemuseum #museum #musuems #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Ian Carver and the statue of Ivar Haglund, a true Seattle legend, character, and entrepreneur who passed away at 79 years old in 1985. Seattle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 30 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Pike Place Market. Pike Place Market opened in 1907. It has over 500 vendors in 8 buildings, and currently ranks as the 33rd most popular tourist destination in the world. Seattle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 30 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #pikeplace #pikeplacemarket #publicmarket #farmersmarket #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab has a post-hike snake at the Henry M. Jackson Visitor center in Mount Rainier National Park. With a summit reaching 14,411 ft above sea level, Mount Rainier is the highest peak in the state of Washington and the highest mountain in the Cascade range. Even on a day when Rainier's summit is obscured by clouds, hiking on the volcano's slopes can put one within reach of black tail deer, chipmunks, and marmots, all in broad, bright sunlight. Rainier is an active, if dormant, volcano only 50 miles as the crow flies from the famous Mount St. Helens. Paradise, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #mountrainiernps #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #mountrainier #volcano #cascades #cascade #mountain #hiking #hightpoint #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at Mount Rainier National Park. With a summit reaching 14,411 ft above sea level, Mount Rainier is the highest peak in the state of Washington and the highest mountain in the Cascade range. Even on a day when Rainier's summit is obscured by clouds, hiking on the volcano's slopes can put one within reach of black tail deer, chipmunks, and marmots, all in broad, bright sunlight. Rainier is an active, if dormant, volcano only 50 miles as the crow flies from the famous Mount St. Helens. Paradise, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 19 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #seattle #mountrainiernps #NPS #nationalpark #nationalparks #mountrainier #volcano #cascades #cascade #mountain #hiking #hightpoint #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab at the Johnston Ridge Observatory. Six miles north of Mount St. Helens, the Johnston Ridge Observatory is named for Dr. David Johnston, a volcanologist who died during the May 1980 eruption. The observatory houses a large, fiber optic map of the eruption. The map was built by Douglas Carver in 1997, Douglas was the father of my best friend Ian Carver (Ian, then about 13, helped his dad wire up the large map). Even with a cloud obscuring its now-reduced summit, Mount St. Helens dominates the landscape. Toutle, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 17 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #suquamish #seattle #chiefseattle #tribe #tribal #museum #museums #volcano #volcanic #mountsainthelens #mountsthelens #eruption #spiritlake #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab and Rocktopus. Rocktopus was built in 2009 by Oliver Strong and Maureen Wall. It lives on the waterfront of Port Angeles. Port Angeles is the first deep water port in the Pacific Northwest encountered by ships coming in from the Pacific Ocean. Port Angeles, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 13 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #portangeles #rocktopus #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Rocktopus was built in 2009 by Oliver Strong and Maureen Wall. It lives on the waterfront of Port Angeles. Port Angeles is the first deep water port in the Pacific Northwest encountered by ships coming in from the Pacific Ocean. Port Angeles, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 13 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #portangeles #rocktopus #roadside #roadsideamerica #albus #albusthecrab
Albus the Crab mans the controls from the submarine USS Greenling (SSN 614). Greenling was in commission from 1967 - 1994. Founded in 1995, the Naval Undersea Museum is operated by the Navy's History and Heritage Command. Featured exhibits include the sail from USS Sturgeon (SSN 637), the DSRV Mystic, and the deep submersible Trieste II. Keyport, Washington. (Nathanael Miller, 11 September 2018) #nathanaelmiller #photojournalism #photojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalist #guerrillaphotojournalism #photooftheweek #photooftheday #gramslayers #beautifuldestinations #travel #traveling #explore #exploreamerica #Washington #WashingtonState #keyport #museum #museums #navy #naval #warship #warships #undersea #warfare #navalunderseamuseum #albus #albusthecrab
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