I often use Google Maps Street View to find potential roads to drive through on a road trip. Where Google Street View doesn't cover I can tell it is rural, remote or just unpaved roads. I am a foreigner in this country, and I learn to know this nation through its roads.
On my GPS I use the "Winding Roads Maximum" settings and mark few locations on the way to our end of day destination. This way I get off the highway and see the country side. It feels more like an adventure, but in reality for other people it is everyday life.
This picture was taken as I thought we've already crossed New Jersey to Pennsylvania right after sunrise in a foggy late spring morning. My phone location tagging proved me wrong. What I imagined to be Pennsylvania in its full glory was still the Garden State. I often make jokes of New Jersey, they are ones that I borrow from the culture surrounding me, but the truth is that I haven roamed the state enough to give my opinion on more than the New Jersey Turnpike or the Jersey Gardens Outlet Mall.
So here we go - this is New Jersey in all its beauty!