Oddly enough the country roads are littered with bikers. Seems the back roads are appealing to a lot of people. It makes me so nervous traveling around bikers like this in packs or singly. It’s even more dangerous once that sun begins to set, the hot roads give a deceiving reflection that is hard to see through. A lot of people also take advantage of how obscure the country roads can be and fly down them at dangerous speeds, not only dangerous for them but others, animal & human alike. If you like to take advantage of the back roads, windows down & music up, just be safe and aware of darting people or animals. I’ve seen cows jump fences ya know…and rumor has it they can jump over the moon!
*No I am not associated with anyone in this photo. It’s just very dangerous*
Happened across this truck at an old farm house I’ve shot a few times, though I’ve never wandered back to investigate any more of the hidden gems. Should have. An old Chevy truck sat where the last person drove it, left it, in my mind a momentary moment. Keys in the ignition, windows down. I love moments frozen in history as to be continued any time.
Watching the sun melt on a back country road with the sweet smell of corn and freshly turned soil.
Most don’t understand the satisfaction or the comfort I get when doing this. Nothing but freedom. You can keep your thoughts or go empty minded. There is too much to focus on when you have time and open roads.
I challenge you to try this one evening. Find some country roads, roll the windows down, get your favorite jams going and just drive.