From October 2007 through October 2010 I chose to make my professional home in the Detroit area. Because of this, I drove the section of Interstate Highway 94 between Detroit and Chicago on a regular basis. On the second or third trip, I began making photographs. The combination of the ever changing light and weather, the road stretching out before me and the movement of the car yielded some interesting shots. I continued doing this until a year or two later when I showed a few of the images to my better half. She convinced me that this had to be at least as bad as texting and driving, and I resolved to stop making photographs from the driver’s seat. All of these photographs were made with a Panasonic Lumix LX3. It’s a small sensor camera (essentially 2/3″ producing 10 megapixels) and the dusky, lower light shots exhibit fairly high levels of noise. To me, the noise is like the grain inherent in a 35mm negative and I accept it as an insignificant compromise.