Oh my God....it must have been going at quite a speed to go through a fence and wall!!! Not your house is it??? Great picture though :-))
The mind boggles! Missed the gateposts completely. Now tell me it was a woman driver!
WOW Kenny the things you'll do for a GREAT photograph!!!
That is quite an impressive demonstration of inertia and the damage a car can do. Now imagine what one of our mammoths will do to our stick built houses!
Nice one ol' buddy - Jethro
Incredible! And look at those cracks in the brickwork radiating to the uper right of the house! Who would want to be 'end of row' semi-detached after seeing this?!
Best wishes, Brian
AAaaaarrggh !!! I hadn't spotted that crack Brian. Bloomin' eck!
No this is not my house (thank goodness)
I pass this way on the way to work and on this day the road was almost blocked by police cars. I could not stop but still managed to get a quick photo!!!
HERE is the story.
Very original way to park - great capture! Like, Joni
all this shot needs kenny,is a big yellow letter M.open till midnight.im lovin it.
Thats a corker Neil although his hospital food would have tasted better (and that saying something!)
Thanks for your recent comments.
Bloody great "chance shot". If anyone ever needed a reason to have their camera at all times, this is it.
Yep!! you don't come across these shots every day Kenny,great capture...feel sorry for the old chap though.
This is hilarious, even though I'm sure it wasn't so funny to the driver or the owner of the building!
Great shot, LIKE!
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