"The pop cans have been my collaborators on this journey. They seem to make their own decisions and they almost always create images that are different than the ones I planned. All put together, the images in this book are much like the route itself - they are little fragments that add up to tell a story about who we once were and who we are now."

-- Wes Pope

Print 3
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Print 3

This is the church where my great grandparents were married in Gray, Oklahoma. When I made this photo in 1998, this was the last remaining structure in the vanishing panhandle town. The church has since been picked up and moved 11 miles south where it now is part of the Museum of the Plains in Perryton, Texas. While the Oklahoma panhandle is not on Route 66, exploring my Okie roots (and my family's Grapes of Wrath-esque story) has been a significant part of this project from the very first trip.

Own a gallery-quality fine art print of the photos in Pop 66. This fine art print measures 10 x 16 inches and is printed to the highest standards on the finest paper available.