Tuesday, 7 August 2007

Les australiens aiment prendre cette sorte de transport public


Si vous allez en bus, en tram, en train, on ne peut pas généralement recevoir ses pieds mouillés.
Quelquefois une expédition pour faire des courses peut changer tout cela.
Je crois que ces pauvres petits citoyens ont manqué leur tram!

Australians love to take this sort of public transport
Whether you go by bus, tram or train, one can not generally get one's feet wet.
Sometimes an expedition to go shopping can change all that.
I reckon these poor little citizens have missed their tram !

12 comments:

dive said...

Wow, MB. That makes the old river taxi on the Thames look like the piece of crap it is.
Fantastic!

lynn said...

oooh la la! This is a strange way to leave the boat he he. Such gorgeous water there though, mmmmm sigh..........
Oh you knew i'd love it didn't you and i do, thanks for this pic! Gives me some sort of hope for some sort of holiday he he.

The lady being helped looked nervous, probably can't swim poor love. Silver lining is in being assisted by a handsome young man though. Might use that ploy should i find myself in such a position lol.

M.Benaut said...

There is quite a selection of positions to be found in, in Oz, Lynn.
Perhaps I could dream up some others.
M. Dive,
I reckon that you've been here in a previous life. You could design design holiday resorts, - with some girl's schools thrown in for good measure ! Way to go, cobber.

calusarus said...

Great blue colors. I like a lot this shot.

Marie said...

Ah ah funny and beautiful shot! I hope this didn't happen during the winter. :-)

Michael said...

I'd gladly give up my metro ticket for this. I'd even swab the deck matey. I am getting homesick looking at this way of life.

M.Benaut said...

Oui !! Marie, cela a été pris il y a 6 jours, à la plage de Whithaven.

M.Benaut said...

Michael,
As you can tell, our national motto, is "Populate or Perish", or copulate or cherish; I really am not sure. In any event, we need more tourists to examine the 3 million square miles, the white sandy beaches and the Red Centre. The Schaussengraben Road Show (of which this is a small snippet), will take us west in a day or two and with a bit of luck and an internet connection, we may get to see some changing colours. Forget Porte de Clignancourt and head to Coober Pedy, you won't need a Métro billet.

oldmanlincoln said...

That is a magnificent looking boat. It would be super to fish for bass off of. I suppose it is more of an ocean going boat than a bass fishing boat but it sure looks nice and would turn lots of heads on any lake around here.

Nice photography. Very nice environment.

Abraham Lincoln

Sally said...

I prefer not to let The Great Unwashed onto my motor vessel, M. This pic of the rabble displays the egalitarianism of the Australian spirit,if not practice....

Jules said...

Come on m benaut - own up. It's yours isn't it and you are going to collect us all and take us for a burn around the bay?? I'll bring my swimmers.

M.Benaut said...

Costume de bain ?? Mmmmmmh ? Ils sont interdits !