Photos were taken over July 4th weekend in the San Bernardino Mountains in Southern California. Album includes, Big Bear Village, Bear Mountain Ski area, Garstin/China Island and Stanfield Marsh at Big Bear Lake, Baldwin Summit Vista view to Mojave Desert, Snow Valley Mountain resort in Running Springs, and Lake Arrowhead.
Album is of Randsburg which is located in the Rand Mountains of the Mojave Desert in Kern County, California. Randsburg was founded as a gold mining camp in the 1890s, was named after the gold mining region in South Africa, and is a California Historical Landmark.
Album is of Amboy in California‘s Mojave Desert and of the nearby extinct volcano, Amboy Crater. Amboy became a rest stop along U.S. Route 66 in the 1920s and Roy’s Motel and Café was founded in 1938, is now mostly defunct, and was used as the film location for the horror film Southbound.