A longhorn steer on the stone wall of a baseball field that was built in the 30's by the WPA in Elk City, Oklahoma.
About the artist
Terrence Moore has worked for over 40 years as a photojournalist. For the majority of that time he worked on environmental and architectural subjects for various national and international publications.
His work is centered in the West and has included photographic Route 66 since 1970. This body of work emphasizes his love for the open road and non-corporate America. He traveled down a portion as a boy when his family moved from Northern Minnesota to Southern California - Rt 66 is in his blood! It is America's most iconic highway, he loves it and it still remains magical and new to him.
Put a little feel of the open road behind your head and roll down 66 with a Terrence Moore for NOYO headboard.
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Dream a little dream of the ultimate road trip, get your kicks on Route 66 and let Terrence Moore carry you along America's most iconic Highway! Terry is a fabulously talented photojournalist who worked on environmental and architectural subjects for many national and international publications, his work is centered in the West and his passion is photographic Route 66. It is easy to see his love for the open road and non-corporate America. He traveled down a portion as a boy when his family moved from Northern Minnesota to Southern California - Rt 66 is in his blood! It is America's most iconic highway, he loves it and it still remains magical and new to him. It's time to hit the road! Grab a cup of good strong coffee, your flip flops and roll down Route 66 with a Terrence Moore for NOYO headboard.
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