Monday, 18 May 2009

Faites attention toujours


En conduisant un Ferrari à Adelaïde, ce chauffeur doit avoir regardé au sommet du poteau télégraphique.
C'est le fond du poteau qui nuit le plus.

Drive safely
When driving a Ferrari in Adelaide, this driver must have been looking at the top of the power pole.
It's the bottom of the pole which makes the most damage.

10 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Great geometry in the top photo!

Regarding the bottom one, until you swear to us you took it yourself, I'll believe it's the result of heavy photoshop work. I've never seen a car actually cut in two that way.

If you say it's the bottom of the pole which makes the most damage, the driver should have tried to fly. Perhaps the top of the pole would have been softer? At this stage the driver's soul must be flying up anyway - how could anyone survive such a crash?

M.Benaut said...

I will admit to taking the top photo but the second was published by a local newspaper.

For those who wish to see the Ferrari in more detail or how to spend $250,000 Australian, I will send them on.

At least it wasn't the little 2CV from yesterday.
Now THAT would have been too sad !!

Bergson said...

comme je vois que tu as pris la photo tu ne devais pas être dedans
Il vaut mieux avoir une 2 Chevaux

claude said...

Oh ! My goodness !
If the driver have driven faster, after he can get two Ferrari ! It is a very big crash.

lynn said...

Oh gosh that's awful. Quite alarming that the engine didn't stop that pole's deep intervention at all. I'm guessing it was a fatality.

The top photo is fab, Monsieur!

M.Benaut said...

No; surprisingly; Lynn, - personne n'a été tué

artlover said...

The top photo has beautiful structure, the bottom must be an exercise in deconstruction (artwork perhaps?)

M.Benaut said...

One could say, "Art expresses itself in many ways".

Ci sono molti modi artistici guidare un Ferrari !

Marie said...

J'aime bien les photos "géométriques" comme la première. Mais la photo de la voiture est vraiment impressionnante !

Marie said...

J'aime bien les photos "géométriques" comme la première. Mais la photo de la voiture est vraiment impressionnante !