Every weekday I travel fifty miles to the office.
A long commute for most, a short commute for the unfortunate few.
I had an idea to take a digital camera and shoot some pics on the way home.
I simply placed the camera on top of the steering wheel and pressed the shutter.
I couldn't frame any of the shots, just pointed and clicked.
The following are shots from my daily return home.
I've taken a few minutes to get on the freeway heading North through the city.
On the freeway, the city center buildings can be seen to the left of the sign structure.
On the freeway passing the Bountiful area. The snow capped mountain in the background is named Francis Peak.
There is a small observatory and large weather station located there.
I have left the freeway on to a hi-way, still heading North. In the far, far background is Ben Lomand peak. That's where I'm going.
Heading down the hill toward a main junction that takes one East into Wyoming.
A fish farm on the right.
Ben Lomand Peak
Harrison Boulevard near the University.
Ben Lomand peak in the background. I live below the rock face in the center of the picture.
Harrison Boulevard, Mountains and a fire station on the right.
I was able to get this shot going 40 mph. It's the local high school.
Ben Lomand in the background. My home is below the rock face on the right.
Just took a right hand turn, heading East, looking at Ogden Canyon.
I'll turn left just beyond the red car.
Yea!, my street. Finally home.
I enjoyed reviewing this because it makes the minimum 60 minute trip seem short.
My maximum commute was 4.5 hours on one snowy day.
Hope y'all have a good day, thanks for visiting, see ya soon.