Saturday, 28 July 2007

La Citroën DS21 peut atteindre 195 k/h

Chaque jour je porte mon appareil-photo dans ma poche à tout moment. J'espère que je verrai un Citroën Deux Cheval ou une Plymouth Belvédère 1959.
Aujourd'hui j'ai été récompensé avec un Citroën DS21, mais je ne pourrais pas conduire assez rapidement pour prendre des photos de cette belle voiture, de l'avant.
Conducteurs français sanglants !
Ils conduisent tellement rapidement, on penserait que c'était «l'Avenue du Pirée » !!
Je me demande si vous le savez. Où est cette belle rue, à côté du fleuve; ci-dessus?

Every day I carry my camera in my pocket at all times. I hope I will see a Citroën-2CV or a 1959 Plymouth Belvedere.
Today I was rewarded with a Citroën DS21, but I could not drive fast enough to photograph the front of this beautiful car.
Bloody French drivers! They drive so fast, one would think that this was «The Champs-Élysées» !!


Jules said...
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Jules said...

Are you sure Alain Prost isn't holidaying in Adelaide????

lynn said...

Wow good shot nonetheless! I too try to take my camera everywhere. It's always the one day you forget that you see something amazing. lol. Beautiful car colour (that's the girly response).

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Depuis Traction Avant une des plus belle voiture du monde.

After Traction Avant DS21 is one of most beautiful car of the whole world.

Jilly said...

Love the photo and also the very funny comment! I reckon the driver was Italian!

Bleeding Orange said...

Long time since I last commented on your blog and I'm very sorry for this! This photo is great and the comment is even greater!

calusarus said...

Beautiful shot : it's the 1st time I see a RHD DS.

(DS is an acronym in French : DS, is pronounced Déesse (Goddess).

The cheapest DS was called ID. ID is also an acronym in French : ID is pronounced like idea in French (also in English).

dive said...

I've always loved those, MB.
Pure class.

Château-Gontierdailyphoto said...

Hello Mr BENAUT your shot today goes directly to the heart of a French people ;-))
It's funny to see french collection cars in foreign country...Nice shot

Thank you for your last comments on my photo blog.

Marie said...

Incroyable, do you mean you saw that car in a street in Adelaide? Wow, I have not seen one in a long time. I love the color. Here they were often black.... especially under de Gaulle.

lynn said...

Thought i'd update you M et Mme (i've updated the post) about poor Mitch who was missing. A body has now been found unfortunately in a flooded field but as yet, not identified. As you said Mme; not looking good :(

Z said...

Hey, I just saw one at the ZH airport parking garage on Saturday! Made a few photos, but with the low light and bad angles, they're not so great.

Ame said...

Hey! Where's the DRIVER?!?!?!?


Cute shot MB!