I've had a couple people ask me the story with this shot. It was quite simple, really - I was turning around on this gravel road to park to do a little hike and didn't see the small culvert outflow ditch on the side of the road. It was hidden from view from the driver's seat on the far side of the car. Though it was only a couple/three mile-per-hour 'crash', this speed was enough to slide me down into it. As you can see, I was far enough in the ditch to tilt the balance point of my car forward, making the rear came up off the ground - this makes the incident look much more severe than it was. I could stand on my rear bumper and rock the car up and down, but couldn't get it out this way.
Fortunately, a helpful local came by not too long after this happened and gave me a quick tug out (that's my tow strap laid out behind in anticipation of him returning with his truck).
Save for a small amount of dirt shoved into my fog lamp, there was no damage at all from this little mishap.
Lens used: 17-55mm f2.8 IS