This past fall many of the nearby islands suffered severe damage from quite a significant wind storm. Peaks Island was one of the hardest hit. The other morning at East End Beach, this logging truck was waiting to pick up a trailer of timber delivered from the island. The downed trees looked to be some mighty big spruce. I'd advise, if you see this number barreling down the highway at you, move aside and give her a wide berth.
That's a grill with attitude.ReplyDelete
I hope that truck wasn't moving when you got that shot - haha!ReplyDelete
We have quite a few logging trucks in our area and it's suprising how fast they travel with a full load.
Yes, I can imagine.ReplyDelete
You want to walk the streets of Versailles and I want to photograph American trucks and registration numbers. Shall we swap?!!
Good advice; I'd hate to tangle with this vehicle!ReplyDelete
It even looks like it might be growling -- I'll hit a ditch to stay out of its way! -- barbaraReplyDelete
I'd give way for sure!ReplyDelete
God bless you!
Like in the Spielberg's movie..The truck seems to become a kind of monster!ReplyDelete
Looks like it's ready to be aniimated by Pixar.ReplyDelete
Brute force! The feeling is more of a rhinoceros than an eagle. The model name of the truck is not well thought-out.ReplyDelete
Good thinking. Trucks bearing heavy loads can be very scary!ReplyDelete
This photograph is scary, I sure don't want to see it coming at me in person.ReplyDelete
I won't drive a Smart near this...ReplyDelete
Trucks this size always have the right of way.ReplyDelete