Trish and I live just east of the geographic center of Nevada along US-50 “The Loneliest Road in America”. We moved to the small, remote, yet well preserved 1864 mining community of Eureka in 2005, to pursue fine art photography. Eureka is located high in the mountains of the Great Basin Desert. The great light and crisp mountain air along with 300 days of sunshine make for a fantastic location to photograph. US-50 is the only paved road to or from Eureka so we have become very familiar with the landscape along its route.
North of US-50 headed towards Virginia City.
Fort Churchill State Historic Park, just off US-50 at Silver Springs.
Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge, north of US-50 near Fallon.
The Diamond Mountains, just north of Eureka.
Dirt track and the Antelope Range, just south of US-50.
Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park, just off US-50 near Ely.
Lexington Arch in Great Basin National Park, just off US-50 at the Nevada-Utah border.