Thursday, April 7, 2011

Golden light...

at Golden Hills Golf & Turf Club...

17 comments:

Olivier said...

en effet une belle lumiere sur ta photo

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

From the mist in the light, I assume that this is morning rather than late afternoon. It must be a hole on the back nine, as the early holes would already have golfers on them, even at this early hour, particularly in Florida where golf is so popular

My mother wondered why golfers coveted such early morning tee times, rather than playing in the afternoon.

brattcat said...

nothing says florida more eloquently than this tree and this light.

Small City Scenes said...

Very pretty. It would make a wonderful pasture---so where's the horses!! LOL

The Dutch or Hollanders as they were called arrived in Oak Harbor in the 1890--they too were tired of the northern Midwest winters I think. MB

Halcyon said...

Stunning! It's foggy here this morning.

I am finally breaking down and going to a doctor. Can't get rid of this lingering cough I brought from Jackson. :(

Jack said...

Nice shot, my friend. How did you play?

Cezar and Léia said...

The tree and the wisdom...Brilliant shot!Don't you feel inside a GOOD dream? I'm dreaming here!Thanks for this picture!
Léia

Lois said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! I agree with brattcat.

cieldequimper said...

Hey that's magic!!! It's gorgeous.

jennyfreckles said...

Lovely light - you must have been up early to catch that.

Rose said...

This is really lovely....I love that diffused light.

Sailor said...

Beautiful Picture.

Yep if we ever move back to US that would be a nice warm place like FL. My wife goes back to PA to visit her family and friends only in the summer and she hates the PA winter.

Thanks for the nice comments.

Randy said...

What a beautiful tree. I love the morning fog.

youth_in_asia said...

The lighting here is perfect. Excellent capture. It looks almost heavenly.

EG Wow said...

Is that tree dripping with moss?

JM said...

Mystery is in the air. Just great!

Gunn said...

I could have written the same as JM....
Wow, this is just SUPERB!

Gunn / Norway

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