Between fighting a hangover and preparing for the night shift, I didn’t get any time to hold a camera. Actually, I didn’t even feel any urge to do so anyway. It was just on my way to work I started thinking what will photograph today. Somehow the road looked nice with some cars on it and lots of street lights. Than I noticed that I don’t have to hold the camera to make pictures while driving – it can rest on the front panel of the car. So I set it up, switched to manual focus, set the exposure and shutter, pushed the button and started driving. I made about 10 shots along the way, out of which I liked these four.
Note to myself: make sure to wash the front windscreen even if it looks OK to the eye and try to have someone in the car, who will point the camera lower to the road and not to the dark skies.