I love driving the quite country dirt roads and recently cut through this seldom travelled back road.
This road connects local farmers to their property and gives them access to the back side of the land. I grew up riding my horses down this road, knowing there wouldn't be much traffic to hinder our ride and day dreaming.
I have been seeing lots of Black Eyed Susans growing along the highways recently and always wanted to stop and take a picture, but the right opportunity hadn't come along.
With noone behind me on the dirt road, I slammed on my breaks, stopped in the middle of the road, and got out and took a few pictures of the Black Eyed Susans and barbed wire fences.
You sure can't do that when driving 70 miles an hour on a busy road!