Tuesday, August 23, 2016

The 18th Hole at the Stone Creek Golf Course


Approaching the green, we noted the sky was filled with stone monuments made of clouds.

18 comments:

William Kendall said...

Cloudhenge, perhaps?

Stefan Jansson said...

Rumours have it that you made a quadruple bogey here, is that right?

Lois said...

They are gorgeous! By the way, if you go to Wakulla Springs, you must spend the night in the Lodge. The rooms are wonderful, especially the bathrooms with their old fixtures. I haven't done it in many years, but when I stayed there, it was so quiet. Then I realized there wasn't a TV in the whole place, not even in the rooms! I don't know if that has changed, but I loved it.

bill burke said...

I had the same thought as William. It does remind me of Stonehenge but fluffier :)

Kate said...

Were you inspired by that esoteric Cloudhenge?

Kay said...

I'd not have noticed Cloudhenge but for the other comments! I don't think I usually see clouds stacked up like those Cloudhengian pillars.

Linda said...

Beautiful green and fluffy clouds!

Gunn said...

Looks like a perfect day also for playing golf. Enjoy!

Karl Demetz said...

Could it be that in those woods there are Indians who make smoke signals ?
Beautiful sunny day, just right to play golf.

Andy said...

You forgot you glasses again Mr Magoo?

magiceye said...

This is a WOW capture!

Re your query on my post - 'Idol booking' is to book the idol of your choice to take home for the festival. And these are not rented but sold at these workshops.

Halcyon said...

What a beautiful sky! Wish I was there!

Bergson said...

I do not see the flag

Sharon Anck said...

Wow, this is gorgeous!

Judy said...

A baby blue sky with white puffy clouds just makes me happy. Yup, doesn't take much to make me happy.

Small City Scenes said...

I love clouds. How beautiful
MB

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful pillars! As happy as I am to be here for the summer and fall, I have to admit that clouds in Oregon just don't compare to Florida's.

Laura. M said...

Fantástico contraste Lowell!!!
Un abrazo.

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