Pops Restaurant – Route 66

Route 66, which travels through Oklahoma, has been a popular route to take for many decades. It goes through the state from East to West. In Arcadia, OK which is a small community just east of Edmond, OK., a restaurant emerged named Pops. They serve hamburgers, and chicken fried steak. Each night as the sun sets on Arcadia, LED lights transform the soda bottle (66 ft. tall and weighs 4 tons) into a dazzling light show. Inside glass shelves showcase thousands of bottles, floor-to-ceiling. It has a very unique atmosphere about it, and has become a very popular place to eat. This is an iconic symbol of what Route 66 is all about. This brings to me a pleasure that is hard to describe, maybe a feeling of not forgetting the past and recording it for our future.

Photo Details:

From: Bob Protus, All Rights Reserved

Blog / Website: http://koolcatsphotography.blogspot.com/

Equipment Used: Canon T3i
Sigma AF 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC HSM OS macro
0.6 Shutter Speed
Aperture F/8
ISO 400


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