We were all moving along at about 60 miles per hour (96 km/h) when I snapped this shot.
I was not driving! That is, I was only “driving” my camera from the back seat of a car in the next lane.
Were we in bumper-to-bumper traffic?
These two cars were not as close as they appear—my telephoto lens provided the visual illusion of near collision—an interpretation of the prompt half and half.
On the way to making a scratching post for a cat who thinks herself a lion, one hundred feet of twisted twine unrolled a delaying twist in plans as new shapes begged and frayed for camera time.
While traveling in the backseat of a car, I photographed an airplane appearing to fly inside a traffic lane.
. . .
response to “inside”
note: this photo, taken only a few days ago, shows the greening of this landscape usually called the “Golden Hills”.
A photographic response to abandoned.
“. . . what? Where? But I used my GPS!”
Photographic response to the prompt “confusion“.
In the U.S.A., drivers sometimes apply a sticker with a symbol or slogan–sometimes humorous–on their back window or bumper. I can only imagine this driver’s sticker reading “I’d rather be canoeing”.