Monday, January 12, 2015

Golfing Buddies


"Where did that little ball go?"

22 comments:

Lois said...

Now that is a cute shot! I didn't get picked for jury duty by the way. It was a murder trial, so I'm glad I got dismissed!

Randy said...

Rough life.

Kay said...

Who's got binoculars??

Andy said...

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Gunn said...

They enjoy it!

Bergson said...

- my ball is lost
- me too
- me too
- me too

llandudnopictures said...

Synchronised golfing... it's the latest craze. Great shot!

Mo said...

Haha brilliant capture

Karl Demetz said...

I see a little yellow ball on the left, but they surely don't search that one, or ?

Birdman said...

That fella in the parka should be golfing in Maine. He's got the right gear. Of course with the layer of snow here, he'd be hitting a 'black ball'.

Sharon Anck said...

What a great photo! Did you pose these guys? If I had been there, the group would probably be looing in those trees instead of on the green.

Bibi said...

Very cute. One guy is shy to show his legs...

Judy said...

I thought maybe the golf Sargent was coming by and they were saluting.

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect! That is too funny.


regarding your comment--I was trying for a watercolor effect--used to have it but that was the best I could do.

MB

VP said...

Awesome! One of your funniest images lately, Lowell!

William Kendall said...

"Guess we can't finish the game, boys. Why don't we hit the clubhouse for a drink instead?"

RedPat said...

Maybe Heidi is walking by on the next green?

hamilton said...

Too much sun on the course?! Love how the one guy in a jacket is standing next to the one in just a short sleeved shirt!

cieldequimper said...

Bleedin' 'eck, can't see anyfink. Mate, 'ave you got your specs?

(For some odd reason I'm talking Cockney tonight).

Cool shot!

Jack said...

Turn to the left. It is probably in the bleeping crud.

boromax said...

Great shot. I also thought maybe you had posed them!

EG CameraGirl said...

Ha! LOVE it!

"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