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Dramatic perspective of a long open, empty road cutting across a panoramic landscape. The over-riding themes are empty spaces and long distances left to travel. Any vehicles should be far enough away so they don't distract from that. The roadside scenery should be will lit and interesting, without distracting the viewer from the road disappearing into the distance. Likewise any other man-made objects... buildings, fences, powerlines, should be complimentary and not distracting.
Resources Link: Longest Straight Road In The World
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1. Road to Sassosvlei, Namibia. Road to Sassosvlei through flat arid grassy landscapes, Namibia (ref:ND0210021_1)
2. Red dirt outback road. Red dirt roads are typical of those in outback Australia. This one is in Karijini National Park.
3. Driving from Namid Desert park to Swakopmond, Namibia. Dust rises and hangs in he air on the long flat road from Namid Desert park to Swakopmond, Namibia (ref:ND0210046_1)
4. Outback Australian road. Outback Australian road in South Australia, north of Coober Pedy.
5. Great Northern Highway, Western Australia. North of Meekatharra, the road is long and straight. The Great Northern Highway passes through large flat clay pans on its way north to Newman in Western Australias north west.
6. Undulating road in Death Valley, USA. Undulating road in Death Valley, Nevada, USA
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