Posts tagged with "September/2017"



28. September 2017
We think of brown leaves and about the unavoidable arrival of winter, ice and snow, forcing the nature to rest. But for now, autumn is showing that there is more than leaves on the ground. I walked through the garden and found a wide range of colourful flowers. A few photo I'd like to share with you - on the car side - drive out the cabriolet on the last warm days - in the garden, prepare for the winter but don't forget to enjoy the autumn beauties.
28. September 2017
The 1928 Frazer Nash Saloon Car is one of the craziest cars to be thrown around Goodwood - racing successfully against 2-seater specials in the Brooklands-Trophy, is this the story behind.
24. September 2017
Coming up in Austria is the famous Ventilspiel event (http://www.ventilspiel.at/) on the Formula1 circuit in Spielberg. A few photos I made i the past years.
11. September 2017
Seen on the internet, a great photo so there should be no more complainig that your MGB isn't big enough to go on holiday or to transport the new bought painting.
06. September 2017
The best time to prune and rejuvenation your Hazelnut is from September to March. While there are many magazins and sites on the internet, which branches to cut an where, outer ones ant cutting out straight, inner branches. I want to show, what you can do with it. Remove the leaves, i personally use a knife and build a fence in your garden, and you are ready to weave your fence. You can use it as a background of a flower bed, let wild wine or roses climb onto it or keep it simple as it is.
06. September 2017
If you think about Trabant and politics you will most certainly end up with a picture in your mind of Eastern Block propaganda or the unwillingness of the GDR superior Leadership to further develop the car. Therefor it was outdated technically most of it's production time, a perfect example of the problems coherent with socialist planed economy. Don't get me wrong, today it is charming, it looks like a child would paint a car, is fun to drive in it's own way, for a few miles, similar to a...