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So I found out that my beloved Twin Arrows was a rip off of a nearby tourist trap. ZOMG. Luckily, it's predecessor is also a beautiful abandoned artifact of Route 66 Americana. It's drenched in gorgeous colors, tattooed in amazing graffiti and is an all around great reminder as to why the forgotten places in America's west are treasures.

bcartwright This photo was shot on film. Taken by bcartwright with a Holga 135 loaded with 35mm Walgreens brand film in Two Guns, United States. These tags describe this photo: americana, two guns, roadside, abandoned, colorful, graffiti, awesome, america, arizona, and holga. This photo can also be found in the album Two Guns.

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