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However, there obviously are still many people who are able to afford an Audi – cars of the high priced segment ...
This very long train with hundreds of brand-new cars passes northwards through my region four times a week - probably to the North Sea harbours where these cars are shipped all over the world.
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Ruy Tavares (2012/06/02)
Here we speak also in crisis, but it is very common to see "storks", which is what we call the trucks that transport new cars, reaching the door of the car shops all day ..
In times of crisis, the rich are richer and the poor are poorer. Your photo is a great allegory, but it is also reality, currently small cars do not sell well, but the production of luxury vehicles is increasing.
Have a good weekend.
Sad, but true. The traffic sign is nicely included, a sign on the wall.
Ich wünsche dir trotzdem ein schönes Wochenende
As usual, a thought provoking image :)
The wheel of fortune (and fortune in all senses) is spinning and there is a whole new bunch of countries growing, finding their spot under the sun of capitalism.
I will not discuss the costs of this growth, but it´s a reality, my friend...
Your image is well composed and the subject is very interesting and it crosses the whole frame!
Very good ;)
Thanks and a great weekend to you from a cloudy São Paulo.
The road ahead is slippery and we should take it slower. Thought provoking picture. What is the shipment destination? Not to my village, for sure.
Have a good weekend
An excellent statement for sure. I'll bet these cars are destined for China and India where the nouveau riche are clamouring for them. How long will it be before the plant opens there and closes in Germany? GM just announced the closure of a plant in Oshawa Ontario where 2,000 people will lose their jobs and the "restructuring" will mean that Mexican workers will now have the chance to prosper for $5.22 per hour. Hard to compete. TFS.
Flemish Photographer (2012/06/03)
What a traffic jam (joke) excellent taken the train and the much cars, yes this in cricis time, who buy it al.
You chose a very well angle gives a lot depth and perspective.
very well done.