This portion of the project included systematic photo documentation along both the 1913 and 1919 routes of the Lincoln Highway through the Great American Desert at 1-mile intervals.
Photos were taken by using a tripod to attempt to produce a consistent view (height and angle). The camera was zoomed out and the view finder was centered on the approximate road center with the horizon line placed above the center line (3/4) to optimize the view of the road.
Results are presented as a web-based Flash photo tour that includes a clickable map of the routes across Dugway linked to photo. A non-Flash index of images with descriptions is also available.