2:43 pm. One hour and 16 miles later (I checked on Google maps), we're safe at the truck stop. A DOT worker told us that smoke from a grass fire made it necessary to close the interstate due to poor visibility. He said that no one had been there to direct traffic and it was a dangerous situation to have 18-wheelers using those old bridges. That's why the police car finally came rushing down when they realized what had happened. It was 108 degrees, too.
2:43 pm. One hour and 16 miles later (I checked on Google maps), we're safe at the truck stop. A DOT worker told us that smoke from a grass fire made it necessary to close the interstate due to poor visibility. He said that no one had been there to direct traffic and it was a dangerous situation to have 18-wheelers using those old bridges. That's why the police car finally came rushing down when they realized what had happened. It was 108 degrees, too.

2:43 pm. One hour and 16 miles later (I checked on Google maps), we’re safe at the truck stop. A DOT worker told us that smoke from a grass fire made it necessary to close the interstate due to poor visibility. He said that no one had been there to direct traffic and it was a dangerous situation to have 18-wheelers using those old bridges. That’s why the police car finally came rushing down when they realized what had happened. It was 108 degrees, too.

Technical Details

  • Camera: iPhone 4
  • Taken: June 23, 2011
  • Focal length: 3mm
  • Aperture: f/2
  • Exposure: 1/862 second
  • ISO: 80

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