Team Green RS at Gumball 3000 (2011). Featuring Porsche 911 GT3 RS (Type 997 MK1). Photo by Julien Fautrat.
Porsche 911 Turbo (Type 997 MK1). Photo by Alexander Krasnikov (aka anType Photography).
Porsche 911 by Singer. Photo by Webb Bland.
Porsche 911 by Singer in a photoshoot for Top Gear Magazine. Photo by Webb Bland.
I have first seen Bland’s work about two years ago and at that time I thought he is an outstanding photographer. But… it seems he improved even more. For the full photo session with a gorgeous retro-inspired Singer 911, have a look at his portfolio.
Dear followers, visitors and Porsche Lovers,
My blog Porsche Love just reached a new milestone - 1000 followers on Tumblr.
I would like to thank and welcome each one of you on my humble Porsche page. I hope that it is a main resource for feeding your hunger and appetite for everything Porsche. I will keep trying to bring emotion each time you come back.
This is the all new Porsche Boxster S (MY2013). The 3.4-liter engine, sitting behind the driver’s seat, produces 315 hp (232 kW). Slight increase from the previous model. With the optional 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (= double clutch gearbox) you can get from 0-100km/h in 5.0 seconds. The base cost for the Boxster S model in Germany is close to 60,000 Euros, while in the US showrooms it will have a sticker price of about 60,000 USD.
PS: I think this is the sexiest Boxster to date!
Porsche 911 Carrera S (Type 991). Photo by Scott Dukes for Automobile Magazine.
Porsche 356 Speedster sleeps quietly in the underground parking lot of Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. Photo by Willem de Zeeuw.
Porsche 911 GT2 RS (Type 997 MK2). Photo by Dylan King.
Porsche Carrera GT (Type 980) in Paris, France. Photo by Léonard Boncenne.