Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Stone Creek - Golf course view from our villa


If you look closely, you will see cows grazing in the background.

31 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Glad to see you're back in "full swing!" I just hope no golf balls go through your window! Hope you and Lois Anne are off to a good start for 2010!

Hilda said...

Oh my. You have a fantastic view from your new home!

afv said...

Breathtaking and so green...am green with envy. :)

magiceye said...

sure is a lovely view!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I see the cows!
This really is a nice view.

Olivier said...

Waouhhh un paysage de reve (ici c'est tout blanc)

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture is really beautiful, it's so nice to see all this energetic green! :)
Léia

Bibi said...

Hi, Jacob. I'm back commenting again. Love the cows...do they eat golf balls? :)

cieldequimper said...

Oh Jacob, this is wonderful, now you can even get me some fresh milk first thing in the morning, lol! ;-)

That's what I call a villa with a view!

brattcat said...

I wonder if the cows fertilize the golf course. What a view. Hope everything is beginning to find its place in your new home.

Jim Klenke said...

Is hitting a cow out of bounds, or a hazard?

B SQUARED said...

Now this is a nice view! I bet you will have a lot more views of animals in addition to the cows. You may even grill up a steak while watching for them.

dan J said...

Pretty nice diggs ya got there sir. Looks like a very comfortable place to be. Congrats !!

VP said...

A villa with a fantastic view, Jacob!

Lois said...

You have a lovely view there Jacob!

Halcyon said...

Hope they don't get hit by a stray drive!!

Jarart said...

And a gorgeous view it is!

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Oh joy, cows and a nice big sand trap! You will be seeing some amusing golf incidents out your window.
Three Rivers Daily Photo

jusdealem said...

Gorgeous view, Jacob! My husband would be so jealous! He's very much into golfing.

Daryl said...

A villa with a view!

Jacob said...

@ Halcyon - If they're out there when I'm playing, they are definitely in danger!

Jacob said...

@ Dan J. - I've tried for several days to get on your blog, without success. It may be something on this end, but I'm not having problem with other blogs. And it doesn't seem to matter if I click on your link or type in the URL. It shows "Done" but I'm looking at a blank screen.

I'll keep trying, though.

Jacob said...

@ Jim - I think it's some kind of felony. Especially if the cow drops dead. Actually, with a long lens the distance is compressed - the cows are quite a ways from the golf course. Doesn't mean I couldn't hit one, though.

Louis la Vache said...

YES! «Louis» approves of good grazing for his cousins! He hopes they don't accidentally swallow any golf balls...

Trillian said...

Fantastic way to start a day...!

Small City Scenes said...

I am glad you get to see the cows. And I hope you all like to play golf too.
Sure is a nice view. MB

Memphis MOJO said...

It sounds like you're getting settled into your new house, nice.

Tricia said...

Cow, oh yes, I see the cows! Cows in Florida? Hmmm!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Oh, yeah, there they are, right center background, cool!

golf ocala fl said...

That's a beautiful view...I'm jealous

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