Road Trip Passenger Seat View

From Virginia to Ohio, through West Virginia in between.  It’s a little more than 350 miles.  Sunday afternoon and the holiday weekend travelers were on the highway.  A tractor trailer had overturned and rolled through the median- you could see the jersey barrier broken up and then the missing guard rail along the other side of the highway.on Route 77- all traffic on the  road was actually stopped for a time

Thunderstorms, lightning, magnificent clouds, sunlight behind clouds, wet pavement and teaming rain, then some bright sun for the weather report.

Shooting through glass is never ideal.  I got to be in the passenger seat this trip.  Good to be back in Ohio with the family, safe and sound.


Route 77 West Virginia





Holiday traffic






Dog getting air when traffic stopped




Charleston WV Capitol







Ravenswood Trailer Park








Bridge over Ohio River


Ravenswood Bridge connecting West Virginia and Ohio   a two lane cantilevered bridge





Driving Over the Ohio River on Ravenswood Bridge

One Nation Under God


Side of a truck trailer parked, taken through the driver’s side from the passenger seat



Smokestack and Clouds


Clouds and smoke at dusk


Smokestack through the driver’s window


Nelsonville Ohio    Information on the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway  if you are thinking of taking an old fashioned train ride


Nelsonville Ohio

12 thoughts on “Road Trip Passenger Seat View

  1. I stayed in Ravenswood years ago. My dad had an aluminum customer there and our families became friends! Small town. Looks like lots of traffic

  2. These pictures are great, Ruth. I especially liked the bridge captures. If I attempted shots from a moving car I’d probably end up deleting them all and certainly wouldn’t post them. 🙂

    • Thanks John. The attempt to capture something post able or interesting is a challenge and some should probably have been edited out, but thanks for your good words today

  3. You captured some pretty amazing pics, even in a moving vehicle through the glass. I was particularly impressed by the bridge, the semi, and the big tuft of smoke that looked like clouds…

    • Thanks Stef. So glad you are getting the blog
      Enjoyed your newsletter too congrats on A job well done
      You’ll like today’s puppy post

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