I dunno. There's something about a expensive supercar being towed from a no-parking zone with the same care and indignity as a Toyota Celica that makes you smile and take photos.
One thing worries me, though. This is:
1) A super-expensive car,
2) With no license plate,
3) Parked illegally,
4) Outside the Apple Store.
I'm 10% sure that I might have just missed a Steve Jobs sighting.
(Aside: another demo of the Nikon P7000's special super-high-sensitivity shooting mode. The feature really shines in street shots like this one, where there's enough light to see by but not enough to get a good shot from a normal camera. Apart from the low 3-megapixel resolution, there's really nothing wrong with this 3200 ISO shot. I tweaked it a little bit in Aperture, but no more than I'd adjust a shot I took in bright sunlight with any other camera. It was more or less fine as-is.)