Ok, it definitely is not the highest quality shot, nor the most creative one, but it was fun (getting the finger from quite a few people when I was preparing the camera for this, zig-zagging from left to right on my lane steering with my knee while doing that 😀 ). Sometimes reactions to your photography from your environment are more fun than photographing itself.
So: put your camera up on the dash board (or on the tripod anchored in or on your passenger’s seat if you’re better prepared than I was. Wait until you drive into the tunnel, press the shutter release, keep it pressed (or lock it) until just before you drive out of the tunnel.
And if you’re smarter than I am, and not so impulsive, wait until dark. It’ll be easier, and better.
Don’t try this at home if
1. you don’t have a driver’s license
2. you can’t multi-task
3. you can’t photograph
4. you are easily offended by fingers 😀
WARNING! The cruise control is NOT an auto-pilot.
I repeat: The cruise control is NOT an auto-pilot.
The small print: You’re responsible for your own actions. You can’t blame me if anything goes wrong. I might’ve given you an idea, but you are the one who voluntarily wanted to execute it 😉