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This photograph is one in a series of iconic American road trip photos by Peter Thody from a 2008 road trip covering Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina.
On-the-road images from this trip include Union Soldiers firing muskets at Gettysburg; butterflies in Shenandoah, US Capitol in Washington DC, Maker's Mark distillery, traditional juke box in 1950s diner, Great Smoky Mountains, Chevrolet at Coca-Cola Museum, yellow school bus, a wonderfully shocking Thank You For Not Aborting Me roadside sign, and discriminatory rules displayed at the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta.