Gigantic highways network in Tehran has altered the way people experience their city. One ought to look straight forward while driving, paying attention to the road. Glances at sides only reveal blurry landscapes in off-pick time while such views are totally blocked with other cars in rush hours. I sneaked in median strips, the reserved area that separates opposing lanes of traffic, to contemplate these concealed scenes. The color gradient in the images is the visual response of the pollution layer to sunrises and sunsets.