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Across the Pond

 

across the golf course

Anyone for a game of golf?   Across the pond at a golf course close to home.   More photos of watery wonder can be found at Watery Wednesday  Valerie

Comments

Gizelle said…
Love the colors, so earthly...beautiful!
Marie said…
What a lovely autumn post.
Pagan Sphinx said…
A nicely photographed scene with the fall foliage.

Thanks for the visit. :-)
Rune L said…
Lovely autumn colours, a harmonic view. Pleasant light and well composed.
joco said…
Hiya Valerie,
Lovely spot and such a clear bright photo. Do you play? Looks like the weather is better than what we had for the Ryder cup over here in Wales this past weekend.
Anonymous said…
the season is in full bloom at your neck of the woods. great shot.
Hi Valerie. What a pretty picture. I see Fall is turning your trees also. So pretty but I want summer back. Have a wonderful week.
Carolyn said…
So lovely! I don't play golf but I could sit and read for a bit!

Carolyn
Judy said…
I like the shape of that pond!
John said…
What a beautiful Fall foliage.

Watery Wednesday
2sweetnsaxy said…
Beautiful autumn look. I wonder how many balls are at the bottom of that pond. :-)
What fantastic shot Val!
eileeninmd said…
Beautiful shot, the colors are lovely. Golf courses are always so pretty.
Val, great shot of the water at the golf course.
Judith
Janis said…
Great shot...fall is here!
Hilda said…
Golf courses do have some of the best landscaping the world over. Love the golden leaves on the trees!
JayLeigh said…
The trees are gorgeous!
Rossel said…
oh my, this is beautiful. everything is perfect, the calm blue water, the green grass and the golden leaves.

my entry is here. have a great day!
Nathalie said…
Beautiful view.

I don't play golf, but it can also be a nice place to sit down and read a good book.

Visit me at
http://nathalie-memoirs.blogspot.com/2010/10/vacationing-in-quezon.html
Beautiful fall landscape! The combination of cool and warm colors makes this photo just great.
Luna Miranda said…
fabulous shot! the colors are enchanting.
Sheila said…
Your Autumn photos are lovely and yes I see the similarity to mine. The swathed barley still looks the same. After more rain harvest came to a standstill again but today the farmer hopes to combine again. I'll be back to see what you do through the winter. I get a lot of quilting done Thanks for stopping by my blog!
HOOTIN' ANNI said…
At one time in my life, you'd probably had seen me on the course....but no longer do I play. Too costly these days.

Love the shot! [no pun intended]


My Watery Photo Link. Hope to see you come visit with me today.
Autumn Belle said…
You stay near a golf course? That's nice!
Elizabeth said…
Wow, the fall colors in this photo are amazing. Makes me want a blanket and picnic!
Rosey said…
Even though I don't golf, I could still enjoy the lovely grounds.
Do you get the chance to golf much at this course?
EG Wow said…
This is a beautiful shot, Valerie!
I love all those trees and the beautiful autumn colors. Thanks for the gorgeous shot.
Kim, USA said…
Lovely place. The Fall color is awesome. Happy Wednesday and thanks for the visit!
Watery Wednesday
Nattsyrran said…
Really nice!! It look likes the nature in Sweden this days=)
Evelyn said…
Beautiful shot. It's pretty.

No golf for me, thanks. I gave it up because I was too bad at it. At if there is water, I'll somehow manage to get the ball in there every time.
eden said…
Beautiful picture. Love the composition.
Marydon said…
G'morn ~ Exquisite pics ... so serene.

Have a beautiful weekend, my friend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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