28 Comments

  1. jahwil
    jahwil ·

    terrible!!

  2. adash
    adash ·

    @jahwil ?

  3. jahwil
    jahwil ·

    @adash???

  4. adash
    adash ·

    @jahwil I didn't get it - you don't like the photo, or the Trabant?

  5. sobetion
    sobetion ·

    Wowwwwwww!!

  6. rewd
    rewd ·

    Love the Trabie

  7. nbriz
    nbriz ·

    Nice shot.

  8. jahwil
    jahwil ·

    No not I like very much, I find her terrible with these cars vintage ;-D

  9. he-mo
    he-mo ·

    LIke it!!!!!

  10. adash
    adash ·

    @sobetion @rewd @nbriz @jahwil @he-mo Thanks for your appreciation! Oddly, I wanted to do something else with a Lada conjoined to a Trabi, but forgot to wind on before the next Trabi shot. Now it's much different, but I am glad that you like it. I like it as well.

  11. alexyz
    alexyz ·

    great album! :)

  12. dakadev_pui
    dakadev_pui ·

    Great

  13. onkel-m
    onkel-m ·

    I like it !!!

  14. txr53
    txr53 ·

    Hello. Nice shot. There are two Trabbant? Rgds.

  15. adash
    adash ·

    @alexyz @dakadev_pui @onkel-m @txr53
    Thank you very much!
    @txr53 There are four of them. One in one layer in the right part and three in the second layer in the left part.

  16. txr53
    txr53 ·

    Right, thanks. Rgds.

  17. emkei
    emkei ·

    yeahhh! a lot of trabants! :)

  18. mimed
    mimed ·

    Trabiiiiiiiiiiiiiii <3

  19. adash
    adash ·

    @emkei @mimed LOL, Trabi rocks!

  20. erikagrendel
    erikagrendel ·

    cool photo !

  21. koduckgirl
    koduckgirl ·

    YES this is very very cool love vintage cars never heard of these tho and the layering is really fun!! cheers and thanx for all the likes in 2012

  22. adash
    adash ·

    @erikagrendel Many thanks for your kindness!
    @koduckgirl Thank you! This is the "People's car" of the former East Germany - so no surprise why it was not too well known in USA. Millions were made and were a popular choice as a family/service/personal car in the Eastern block. Despite their many mechanical flaws and missing safety features, many are road-worthy even today, sometimes used for recreational purposes, media appearance, etc.
    Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trabant

  23. koduckgirl
    koduckgirl ·

    cool looking car thanx for the link it looks a lil like a 60's Volvo

  24. adash
    adash ·

    @koduckgirl LOL, except that it's made from cardboard....

  25. alburnkat
    alburnkat ·

    This is great, can't wait until I get a chance to show my husband. He still tells stories of his trip to Germany right after reunification and watching for the clouds of black smoke on the autobahn so they would rear end Trabants. ;-)

  26. adash
    adash ·

    @alburnkat Your choice of mockery happens to coincide with the only choice that millions of people had. I have a great respect for those who left the comfort of their homes and went to the West to seek for a better life.

  27. alburnkat
    alburnkat ·

    I apologize for any perceived mockery, my comment wasn't about any of the people driving the Tabants or their lives. It was about the dilemma my husband and his buddy had driving the German Autobahn with the Tribants creeping at 55kph in front of them as they were driving 145kph and the Porsches doing 240kph coming up behind them. They actually appreciated the black cloud of smoke that signaled a Tribant ahead, because the Porsches didn't give any warning that they were about to run them over. Again Sorry. It's a great photo.

  28. adash
    adash ·

    @alburnkat No need to apologize, this was a well-known phenomena in the time. Happily, I have not seen it personally.