CaliforniaMama Tuesday Aug 23 09:39 AM
August 23, 2011 Inferno
I don't think this is what the manufacturer had in mind.
jimhelm Tuesday Aug 23 11:10 AM
BigV Tuesday Aug 23 11:14 AM
blueboy56 Tuesday Aug 23 11:46 AM
For what it is worth, the trailer design looks like a "Toy Hauler"--one designed to carry motorcycles, quads and other grown up playthings.
Gravdigr Tuesday Aug 23 04:28 PM
Aliantha Tuesday Aug 23 06:21 PM
Well I guess they wont be leaving the oven on in the next one while they're driving will they!
Wombat Tuesday Aug 23 09:41 PM
The photographer's vehicle was moving at the time the picture was taken. See how the truck&trailer appear slanted, with elliptical wheels? That's because many digital cameras have an apperture which is a horizontal slit which sweeps across the light-detecting chip: in this case we can see that the slit swept from top to bottom, because the lower part of the picture appears further "behind" the moving photographer's vehicle than the upper part of the picture. You can get interesting distortion effects if you use that kind of camera to take a picture while swinging it around in big circles at arm's length.
classicman Tuesday Aug 23 10:43 PM
Oh, and I thought the driver of the Pickup was just haulin ass trying to get away from the fire :/
Pete Zicato Friday Aug 26 01:35 PM