On a highway there are not only solid lines marking the edges of the lanes but also dashed lines in the middle of the road and lines which are formed by guardrails, but there are also lines which are formed by the lights of vehicles as they are picked up by the camera's sensors. These lines are invisible to the human eye.
This was the first time for me to capture long exposure of lights on a highway. I had wanted to try this experiment for some time now and last week the weather was mild and dry.
By the time it was completely dark, the traffic had subsided so there were interruptions in the lines, or there was traffic only in one direction. In the fall when it is darker during the "rush hour" I'll probably get better results.
The series is also the elapsed time of commuters: from many ... to few... to almost none. I hope you enjoyed it.