Sunday, August 2, 2009

Trouble in my mirror!

I spotted an Eagan policeman on a motorcycle behind me! I had my camera with me! I was relieved when he turned left at the stoplight behind me! Whew!

30 comments:

  1. ;-)

    Warning: "Objects in the mirror may appear more problematic than they actually are"

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  2. First I read the title, then I scrolled down and LOL! Very funny, Leif! :-)

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  3. Our friend Steffe would have talked him to show us his motorcycle, took a whole set of portraits and shown us some images of the patrolman's prettier female relatives. All without dismounting his bike.

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  4. Here you'd have been arrested for taking photographs while driving!

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  5. I thought Policeman is someone we are happy to see - or at least not affraid:D

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  6. very funny!:-)

    Gunn White: LOL!

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  7. Hi Leif
    Nice pic.You must have had your heart in your mouth! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your kind comments.I live in Coimbatore(Tamilnadu Sate)which is 500 Kms south of Benguluru(Karnataka State). Our greeting in Tamil is "Vanakkam" or welcome! Please do visit Coimbatore & Kerala when you next get an opportunity to visit India.
    Have a great day.Thank You (Nanri in Tamil)
    Ram

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  8. Very funny comments elicited by this picture. Funny that so many of us get that same racing heartbeat when a policeman is behind us!

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  9. Yeah, I would have felt the same way even though I NEVER do anything to get pulled over.

    ;-)

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  10. Oh dear, trouble... but not for you this time... :)

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  11. :-) I'm a fan of rear-view mirror pics! I would never dare post a photo of a policeman though!

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  12. Scared the you-know-what out of you, didn't it. I'm sure you were doing something...er...that he could have talked to you about. Heh. Heh.

    Like the shot!

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  13. That's a sight that can give you a bit of a fright, even when you're sure you haven't done anything wrong.

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  14. Excellent shot, this kind of pictures are unusual and very hard to get.

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  15. Fantastic shot! Kind regards, Philip

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  16. oh no, glad he wasn't after you :-)

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  17. Lieber Leif,

    das Du da noch Nerven gehabt hast ein Foto zu machen...ich hätte an alles gedacht aber nicht an Fotos;-).

    Herzliche Grüsse aus Berlin

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  18. That's a great shot Leif! Glad he left you alone.

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  19. Taking photos while driving is probably not recommended!

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  20. Always worrying when the cops are behind you!

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  21. I wouldn't consider this trouble. There are way too few of them on our roads.

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  22. Hehe - this is a great one! You were lucky he didn't notice you - taking a picture whilst driving is surely bad, of a cop worse!

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  23. LOL! Would you have gotten a ticket for that? Is there a law which explicitly says taking photos while driving is not allowed? Or would that go under "reckless driving" part? I'm glad you didn't get a ticket! :)

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  24. I have the same question !
    Did you risk a penalty by photographing him ?

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  25. Great shot!

    I would not have dared to take out my camera if I saw the police behind me. hehe...

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  26. hoo..Do you feel exicited when you first saw him? I think it is worry, not an exicitment.

    lol


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