Judging by what appears to be yellow on black California license plates and the appearance of the hills in the background, this image seems to have been taken somewhere in the Golden State.
Unfortunately for the residents and visitors in the State, waiting in line in traffic jams has become commonplace. The situation began when a large influx of people began leaving other states during the Great Depression in search of jobs and continued for over seven decades. That situation reversed starting in 2006, and California is now experiencing a net loss of approximately two-hundred thousand residents a year recently.
Please share with us what you find of interest in this photograph found by John Goode at This Was Americar.