Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Stone Creek - Tennis court & stadium

28 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

This is what «Louis» needs to do - waddle out to the courts for a good workout!

Irina said...

Looks like the girl is very interested in the game results:-))

magiceye said...

excellent composition

VP said...

Great, this could be a modern Edward Hopper!

Olivier said...

la solitude du spectateur ;o) belle photo

Small City Scenes said...

Olympic size court. do you play tennis? I used too but that was way back in my youth. I am sure you and Lois Anne will enjoy Stone Creek.
I am enjoying the tour.

MB

Bergson said...

peaceful and colorful

My photo is bubbles in the ice of the pond

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful composition.
She is waiting for someone, or something in her life.Maybe she is only thinking about her decisions, goals,her future...a start for something really special in her life.
Léia :)

Bibi said...

My son is a BIG tennis player and would love to play on this court.

brattcat said...

She seems a little bored with the game.

Lois said...

Your new neighborhood sure is nice! I'll bet it will be too hot to sit out there come July and August unless you bring your own shade.

Day4plus said...

Jacob, I said I used to play--waa-aay back in my youth and as you put it 'play at it'. Same here.
As for the crazy Snow Geese--guess what--they don't 'drop' anything while they fly. Amazing isn't it. Not like gulls. MB

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Great Shot !! Beautiful..

Jarart said...

Tennis anyone?

JM said...

The weather looks fantastic! No more frost these days?

Trillian said...

Nice photo! This place looks really perfect...

Saretta said...

Ah yes, invisible tennis, my favorite sport! It's the line calls that are tricky! ;-)

cieldequimper said...

Quiet day.

Halcyon said...

Are you trying to make us jealous or something? Gorgeous pool, golf at your doorstep, private tennis courts...

Per Stromsjo said...

Still a few seats available by the center court. Fully equipped with electric light for those captivating late-late night matches.

Jacob said...

@ JM - There was a little frost this morning, but it got into the 60s today and in a couple of days we'll be back to our normal 70s (high) and 50s (low)...thank goodness!

Bob Poris said...

How come there is not snow there?

Jacob said...

@ Lois - You betcha!

nopham said...

Is that L.A.sitting there?

Jacob said...

@ Nopham - You betcha!

Bob Poris said...

I guess you have stricter rules and enforcement.

Andreea said...

Nice. I'm starting to feel jealous :)

Andreea said...

I guess that would be "envious" :) What can I say?English as a second language :)

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