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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by tiedeman, Jun 29, 2004.
I wasn't too happy though with the lighting on them, the stripes didn't show up that great
back yard of the property in that first picture
another back yard pic of that property
here is a lawn that I do that is 5+ acres. And its completely wide open mowing, very little at all trimming.
a house with the white fence is horrible to mow. First of all, when grass clippings go on that fence they stick really bad to it, second of all they have added so many additions to the backyard that it is horrible to mower, third she puts down her own fertilizer (Derrick you know what I mean, I showed you this property), and finally there is dog crap everywhere
another picture of the side lawn. This side lawn is so thick that I have to bag it every time. You might be able to notice the grass on the fence a little bit
and this final picture didn't come out that great. This lawn is my pride and joy, but the picture did not do it justice
actually now that I look at that pic, I wish that I would never have posted it. The sunlight ruins the picture
i know how some camera's mess with pics, But stiil looks great to me
Nice strips. The sun does not mess up anything. Strips are like the icing on the cake.