The Seelisbergtunnel runs between the towns of Bolzbach and Beckenried in Switzerland, while the entire A-2 highway stretches from Basel in the north to the Swiss-Italian border in the south.
Not very often do I get to sit in the front seat of a tourbus, giving me a huge glass window to shoot out of. I'm gad that the Swiss tunnels are so long (the Seelisbergtunnel is the 2nd longest in the country after the Gotthard Tunnel), giving me plenty of time to mess around with settings until I got the perfect shot.
A long exposure of the running lights on the side of the A-2 highway in the Seelisbergtunnel of Switzerland. The red splotches on the right side of the image are reflections of the red brake lights of a truck, and you can also make out the white road paint on the left side of the frame.