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Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR & Porsche 911 Cars for GTR 2.
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Awesome work, the cars are fantastic! Physics, sounds, look, everything. I would just love more cars to spice things up, 11 is a bit low to race. Or if we could race with F55Os and such. The CLK is amazing on the Nordschleife (6'27). Really fantastic work, a big thank you for this. – Schumi 21-Feb-2016  Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5Rating: 5
Just about anyone that has gaderned, or attempted to grow a flowering plant has probably planted a rose. Roses are one of the favorite plants, as everyone loves the beautiful showy blooms. Who would not want to cut beautiful bouquets during the summer to brighten the home? Although many gardeners have planted roses, many have also met with less than favorable results as roses are quite fussy. They like good soil, even moisture, lots of nutrients and are prone to several major disease and insect problems. As a result of their temperamental nature many people have turned away from roses. In recent years there has been a rebirth in growing roses thanks to many old fashion varieties that have been modernized. These include roses in the grouping called old garden roses which don’t require extensive care and a series of roses bred by Dr. Griffith Buck, often referred to as the Canadian Explorer series, Parkland series and Meidiland family varieties. These roses are winter hardy, fragrant and repeat bloomers. These roses as a general rule do not resemble the famed hybrid tea roses. The plants tend to be more shrub-like and the blossoms may be smaller, but often produce more flowers. Easy care roses require at least four to six hours of sunlight, ample moisture and regular fertilization for best growth. Pruning is much easier with this grouping of roses. Prune the plant once a year in the early spring, cutting back dead or weak canes at the base to achieve an open form. Prune the remaining canes to sixteen to twenty-four inches, or half the original plant height. This encourages the development of strong canes with an open growth habit to promote good air circulation around the plant. This open habit and picking off and disposing of dead leaves from around the plants reduces disease problems. Overall these roses are less susceptible to problems such as black spot which can wipe out a hybrid tea rose. Spraying to control disease is seldom if ever needed. The selection of easy to care for roses continues to grow. Varieties that tend to form more of a shrub like plant include: Carefree Wonder, a pink blend; Carefree Beauty, a medium pink; Knock Out, a very popular red blend and Alexander Mackenzie, a medium red. Several floribunda types which have larger flowers in clusters are also available. These include Livin’ Easy, an orange blend and Nearly Wild, a medium pink. Two new 2004 All America Rose Selections are floribundas which are touted to be disease resistant. They are Day Breaker, a blend of with pink and apricot, and Honey Perfume, which is apricot yellow. Look for these varieties this spring at local nurseries. If you are like many that have given up on growing roses, now is the time to rekindle that desire with these plants that should be make growing roses a pleasure not a chore. – Doo 27-Aug-2013  Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4
Did these taste as good as they look and sounded from your dpisrcetion? Maybe you could make these for us sometime like this weekend?! (Provided that Baby Hendriksen hasn't arrived yet, of course!) – Sphamandla 23-Aug-2013  Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4Rating: 4
Great images CrashI love her ptoruse and her tallness and straight posing style is great with the urban background you have her in. The one image that really intrigues me is the one against the steps it's another example of how breaking the rules she's in thecentre and the plant obscures our view) creates a stunning image. Without the plant it would have been a great image the colours brick red and green paint and the shapes they form but for me the out of focus plant absolutely makes the shot amazingI did a similar shoot in High Wycombe in April I had the model in her long prom dress in an industrial unit it was freezing and blowing a gale but for 5 mins the sun came out and the glow was gorgeous – Ana 14-Aug-2013  Rating: 2Rating: 2Rating: 2Rating: 2Rating: 2
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