Tuesday, October 16, 2012

It's a long & lonely road for a long hauler


19 comments:

RedPat said...

It's true - these guys put in some long days. I like how you caught a reflection along the side of the truck!

Danielle said...

I love the angle of this!!! My friend's husband just started a doing long hauls...he won't be back until Thanksgiving...I'm getting mixed signals from her....I think she kinda likes that ;)

Linda said...

Wow. Besides being very long, this truck is so clean. Nice capture, Lowell!

Taken For Granted said...

That is a fine traffic reflection in that long haul truck.

Olivier said...

oui mais maintenant les camions sont de vrais petites maisons, de quoi supporter la route.

Cezar and Léia said...

Interesting reflections!
Léia

llandudnopictures said...

Long days, long roads and long trucks!

Andy said...

The reflection turn out excellent. Some people do their best work when they are alone. I never did like people looking over my shoulder.

Bibi said...

Part of me still wants to drive a long-distance truck....see the country...

hamilton said...

For big trucks that are on the road for days at at time, non-stop, some are kept very clean!

Lea said...

The reflections on its side can tell how long it really is..

Sharon said...

You really have to be cut out for this type of work. Some people love it.

EG CameraGirl said...

Not a job I would be good at! I confess I hate driving by - or being passed by - big trucks but I do understand that goods need to be transported from here to there. (Or would it be from there to here? Hmmm.)

Halcyon said...

Long, lonely roads are something truckers know well, I suppose!

Randy said...

My parents did this for about 5 years. They loved it.

Karl Demetz said...

It's a long truck for a long road, but it is also very high, for highways ;-)
Excellent angle, Lowell!

Kay said...

"On the road again, just can't wait to be on the road again. . ." or so Willie Nelson says.

This is one b-i-g truck. Don't think I could parallel park it. And forget about backing up.

magiceye said...

Love this perspective!

magiceye said...

Wonderful perspective!

In response to your query on my post - Yes, had a great bike trip :) Thanks.

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