Escaping Pittsburgh, PA - I-279 - Pennsylvania/Ohio Turnpike
In this video we travel from downtown Pittsburgh, PA to the Ohio/Pennsylvania state line via I-279, I-79, and Pennsylvania Turnpike. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the drive.
Music & Artist:
1. Ad Brown Feat. Kerry Leva - Memorial (Original Mix)
2. Ad Brown and Matt Lange ft. Kerry Leva - As The Rain Falls
Camera: Sony HDR-CX260V
Tripod: Sunpak 6000PG
Car: 2014 Toyota Sienna
Video editing software: Adobe Premiere CC
Picture editing software: Photoshop CS6
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I 96 Novi, Michigan to Lansing, Michigan.
I-96 from Novi to Lansing, a 60 mile drive. The video ends right next to Michigan State University's campus.
I mentioned this in the video but I will mention this here as well, this video was shot on a wind advisory day. The advisory turned into a high wind warning, and it ended up knocking 600,000 DTE (Metro Detroit's electricity supplying company) out of power. Some were out of power for over 3 days. Winds were recorded up to 70mph in some areas, it was a consistent 50mph in this video which explains the swaying of all the vehicles during the time-lapse video.
Mod Betty Visits Roadside America Shartlesville, PA! Retro Roadmap Episode 4
Mod Betty stops the car at a classic roadside attraction, and discovers a miniature world that has frozen in time since 1963! Roadside America and Pennsylvania Dutch Gift Haus, Shartlesville, PA
Driving through Downtown New York City north/eastbound
Starting Point: Fort Lee, NJ local streets
Also Includes: George Washington Bridge eastbound, Major Deegan Expressway (Interstate 87) northbound
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