Having recently returned home from a road trip, I have photographs I took from a vehicle when I got to zip by scenery.
Our vehicle got to zip up and down hills in the NC mountains.
We had a mix of weather but it didn't interfere with our getting in some hikes as well as zipping by the sights in a vehicle.
We got out of our vehicle to hike up a trail and see the Elk River waterfall.
There's no way I would have the energy to zip by scenery on the vehicle in the next shot.
The next shot is from another hike where we got out of our vehicle to climb up to the Crabtree Meadow waterfall.
I was on the passenger side of the vehicle and managed the next shot across the driver.
I spotted a rock quarry below while zipping around in a vehicle.
Recently I've managed to limit myself to one shot for photohunters.
This week the two photohunt themes worked well for posting my vacation shots and is very long.
Considering how it's not always easy to zip around corners in the mountains, I don't see how the cyclists do it.
We saw quite a few people on bicycles that looked like they were training for a race.
There were also a number of people on motorcycles.
It would be easier to zip around the mountains on a motorcycle than on a bicycle.
I enjoyed the variety of clouds we saw from our vehicle.
One evening we rode off into the sunset to eat at a place with a great view.
Heading home there were large groups of motorcycles.
We zipped past roadside flowers in our vehicle as we got closer to home.