On Friday, 2 October 2009, I got into my car at five o’clock to drive home. As it was five o’clock, and as it was a Friday, I was pretty sure it qualified for rush hour.
So I stuck a camera to the windscreen of my car and decided to make a video of it. I amused myself with the thought that I could call the film “Rush Hour”. I then tickled myself pink even further by thinking I could edit it a little more and then call it “Rush Hour 2”
Yes, I know, it’s sad.
But what’s sadder than that is, in the event, I completely forgot about the whole thing.
Until today that is, when I stumbled upon this half finished project on my hard drive and decided to do a few more changes. It’s now finished and I proudly present to you…
Rush Hour 3
The video isn’t just about traffic, it also gives you a chance to see what the roads look like over an 11 or 12 km stretch in the southern to western suburbs of Brisbane. But there is another very special reason to watch this film, because here in Australia there are two things we can do on the roads that, as far as I’m aware, you can’t do in England.
And you can see these two things “live” in this video….