Monday, December 17, 2012

Weapons of Golf Dysfunction


11 comments:

Olivier said...

on dirait une photo de copain ;)

llandudnopictures said...

That's a lot of clubs, hope you have a buggy to haul them all around in?!

Halcyon said...

Are these yours? :)
How's your game?? Hope I don't lose mine over the winter!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I play golf once every few years. A few years ago I was given new clubs and a new bag for my birthday. My wife, her brother and I went out to play a couple of weeks later at Pelican Hills in Newport Beach -- a very challenging course. The 4th person they added to our foursome was a man from Saudi Arabia who has a summer house in Laguna Beach.

I commented that I had just been given my clubs for a birthday gift. He replied "Maybe they should have given you lessons."

He was right.

Danielle said...

Oh that would be so me after all these years of fishing instead of golfing.

JM said...

Brilliant title, Lowell!

Irredento Urbanita said...

What a peace to play golf!! I remembered those times!! Hugs.

Val

Barcelona Daily Photo

RedPat said...

I took golf lessons many years ago during the winter on one of those simulated video courses. It didn't thrill me so I have never been on a golf course. Great title, Lowell!

EG CameraGirl said...

Diablo seems like the perfect name to me. :))

cieldequimper said...

Oh lol! :-)

Jack said...

Someone is very tidy. Mine would be clanking against each other.

Interesting observation from you today. The portrait painters of years past were indeed like photographers today, spreading information about the world. But, court portraitists probably had a limited number of royalty who saw their work. Last year I read a book about American artists painting in Paris in the mid-1800s, and they were explicitly painting things designed for American museums so the public could learn about the great art of France.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson