Long exposures of moving cars are an easy way to add character to nightscapes.
Mt Fuji under a bridge.
Brake lights work better than headlights, the red lights are just the right intensity, and the colours look better.
This next one was actually accidental. I was taking a panorama of my workplace, and when I did the middle shot a car drove past and touched it's brake lights as it went around the corner. At the time I thought it would ruin the shot, so I retook it after the car had gone, but later decided to keep the shot with the car lights in it.
I've shared this one a few times before. It was taken through a car windscreen, I rotated the camera as we were cruising along the highway. Don't worry, I was in the passenger seat!
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