Photo #N20-31

Fairlight Moon

There must be something about remote, deserted roads like this that makes me want to stop right in the middle and set up a tripod on the center line. Why? I dunno. Because I can? There's nobody out here!

This is Secondary Highway 48 in Southeastern Saskatchewan near the turnoff to small, dying community of Fairlight. You can see the sign in the distance and the intersection beyond that. It was about 9:30 PM when I took this photo. The skies were overcast as the moon rose and I was staying mobile, hoping to drive out from under the clouds. Just before midnight the clouds began to break and I finally got to do some shooting.


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