Thursday, February 18, 2010

On the Green

I went golfing today with my Uncle Skip, and my friends Brandon and Gary. It was a great time and like usual, I figured it would be a good opportunity to take photographs. I was correct...


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These guys wouldn't move out of my way when it was my turn to hit.

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Playing with some framing.

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10 comments:

Mrs. Hairy Woman said...

Those canadian geese always seem to get in the way of having fun.. Great action shots.. I really like the first one..

Miss Sassy Pants said...

The sunset is a beautiful shot - my dad would be proud! The colors are amazing - yellow, orange, purple. Nature is amazing...

What did you do when the geese were in the way? Did you wait for them to pass or did you chase them? Geese can be pretty mean (and I know you know this because you watch AFV with me!)

I love the shot framed by the golf cart; it is perfect to relay where you were and what you were doing.

I know you were wearing a striped shirt - too bad Brandon wasn't; if he were, you would have been the striped-shirt-foursome!

nani said...

The first shot of the sunset is beautiful!
Uncle Skip had a great time. I've never seen him play. It's nice to see him in action. Hugs, Nani

Tara said...

That top one is my favorite! Looked like a beautiful day!!

Mom said...

Jess - I was thinking the same thing about the striped shirt - and blue striped shirt to be exact. Was Manuel's shirt blue?

Anyway, very good pictures but I have to say I do like the first one indeed!!

Churlita said...

I love the sunset shot. It's gorgeous.

laura b. said...

I was thinking sunrise, since I think of golf as an early morning game...but I guess they don't get those colors like that, right? I don't see either often enough. Anyway, really cool photos.

dmarks said...

This one was worth a link.... hehe. link. on my blog.

tnlib said...

I liked them all and wish I could have been out there.

Sal said...

A great photo record of what looks like a fun day! The sunset is nicely captured.