date November 08, 2010 location Montana

Today. After about 100 hours of total driving on my recent road trip from Chicago to Alberta, I made a very important observation. Driving west into a sunset is far easier than driving east away from one. On the way to Alberta, as the sun was setting I could easily compose photographs as I was driving. Driving east, on the other hand, was far more difficult because I relied on the rear-view mirror to decide the right times to pull over. This was one of those times.

The middle of the highway in Montana.View Exif InformationView on Map

The middle of the highway in Montana.