I have started to review the 450 photographs I took with the “DashCam” during trip from British Columbia to Ontario via the northern US Interstate highways passing through Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, and Ontario.
The camera was always positioned on the dash immediately under the rear view mirror. To provide context, a portion of the car’s hood was always in the compositions. The automatic exposure feature of the camera was always used, and none of the images have been edited either on the camera or the laptop.
There are a lot of photographs. These are all the things Chas and Lou did not see once they were covered and bound. Here are 5 I like best from the first 100. What do you think? Which one is your favourite?
Chas: “Thanks. I can’t even see what I missed. When are you going to put wifi on board?”
I would appreciate your input. I will do this with each 100 sets, and include the top 20-25 in a montage of the trip.
#1 – One of the many Rest Areas. They are frequent, always clean and inviting throughout Washington, Idaho. Montana, and North Dakota.
#2 – One of the many 8-whell rigs I passed fill with cargo of all kinds. I was surprised how many women drivers I encountered.
#3 – Some of the most remarkable scenery I have ever seen.
#4 – I was surprised to learn McDonald’s has decent coffee, salads and wifi.
#5 – I think I saw more rigs than cars. The interstate highway systems are freight ways servicing the surrounding areas.