Hours of driving a familiar road can become a little boring, so despite my resolve not to take photos of the depressingly dry countryside on our recent trip to Victoria, boredom got the better of me.
These photos are all taken in New South Wales and include shots of roadworks along the Hume Highway as well as general scenes, all taken through the not-so-clean windscreen of a moving car - hence the quality!!!
Surely one of the most mind-numbingly boring jobs ever created, but an important one nevertheless.
Although I don't particularly like large machines, I am quite amazed by some of the equipment used in these projects.
One day I'll take a series of road sign photos - although it's not the easiest thing to do while the car is moving.
Another roadworkers' campsite.
On the Barton Highway, approaching Canberra. You can just see Black Mountain Tower on the hill in the centre.