I drive 60 miles to work on the interstate, and most of it is out in the middle of nowhere. This morning, I looked to the east as I was cruising down I-65 and saw the most beautiful scene -- the sun was just rising over the distant treeline, and in the foreground were thousands of acres of gently rolling farmland, crested in a thick fog that was glowing from the illumination of the sun. If I could have captured it, it probably would have been the best picture I've yet taken. Why didn't I capture it? Well for one thing I usually don't bring my camera bag to work. But even if I had it with me, could I have stopped? Should I have stopped on an interstate with people going 80mph to get a shot? With the number of accidents I've seen, intuition tells me 'no', but how can you pass up such a great photograph? When you're traveling, do you ever get the urge to just stop the car and shoot something off the side of the road? Is this even legal?