This image isn’t part of my latest fall shoot, but couldn’t resisting posting it. We were chasing northern lights in January 2011 on the highway between Narvik and Kiruna. The activity was pretty lousy, so I looked for other interesting shots – and found this one.
There was only one challenge getting the shot: the huge trucks. The long exposure was routinely interrupted by an incoming truck. Actually this image was a 53 seconds exposure (I stopped it there because there was just enough light from the coming truck to make the picture).
Lying down the road with an ultra-wide lens, watching my remote for the exposure length my friend came over: “Lying down in the middle of a highway at night isn’t something your father taught you, is it?”
He was right, but the image worth the little annoyance.