We all have our usual roads we drive. That is, except for those who don't drive. Still, the point is we have routine routes and often pass along those routes without taking notice. Many of the roads I drive are outside of town, usually two lane, often winding, and lacking a place to pull over safely. I've done it. I have shown you photos that I've taken during a quick stop on the side of the road, hoping nobody drives by until I'm finished. That's what I did today, although this road has much better visibility and some places to pull over next to a vineyard fence. A particular spot can look so very different with the changing seasons. It may not be photo worthy one week, then the next week you see it and think, "Wow, I need to take a photo!"
I didn't have my Nikon with me today because I was driving to meet the farrier at my friend's house. HOWEVER, I keep my smaller Canon in my purse and hope the battery is charged when I need it. The hard part of using such a small camera is I really can't see the composition of my photo very well in the bright sunlight. And standing on the road very long is not a good idea, so I just do the best I can. The colors were so pretty with the blue sky beyond the vineyard. I must stop again and hopefully take more time, certainly before the vista changes as we move into the heat of Summer.