Laerdal Tunnel, by Matt Palmer | Unsplash
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter speed20s
Aperturef/9
Focal length27mm
ISO50
Published onNovember 20, 2016
Dimensions5487 × 3658

Laerdal Tunnel

At the time of travel (and perhaps still) the Laerdal Tunnel in Norway is the longest underground tunnel in the world used for traffic. Norwegians have become accustomed to using road tunnels to traverse the mountainous landscape they call home. During the journey in the 24km tunnel there are areas with coloured lights every 8 or so km, to help keep drivers alert. Buses stop in here to show tourists the lights. We pulled over briefly to take this photograph.

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