Sometimes I like to challenge new approaches to images. I was driving home from Reykjanes peninsula and stopped on the way to photograph a mountain called Keilir. When I finished I drove alongside the highway to Reykjavík. I saw the cars driving fast past me and I wondered if I could time the cars and shoot exactly when they were between the light posts and catch the movement. After a few test shoots I found it was absolutely critical to press the shutter by feel because the cars were moving at different speeds. I saw the green bus from a distance and knew it would be great to catch it because of the size compared to the small cars I had practiced with. I would only get this one chance. I name it The Green Express.