Malcolm Sayer, the designer of the Jaguar D-Type was an aerodynamicist by training. He used aeronautical principles to create a machine that was the most advanced race of the era. But the car was unstable at high speeds. To rectify, Sayer modified his design to add a unique tailfin to increase stability. In this photo, Amy juxtaposes that tailfin, one of the most futuristic automobile details of all time, with the quaint setting in an English village.
Photographed in Surrey in the UK in 2015.
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