Monday, January 17, 2011

Fairfield Glade in the Morning



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

I came across this picture in my archives, and it was so wonderful to see green instead of white that I decided to share it with you. This picture was taken during a walk on the golf course in June. Early in the morning we often have the course to ourselves.

28 comments:

Thoughtfully Blended Hearts said...

Green is good!!! Gorgeous photo George and we need a little peek into our Future via the past!!!

teca said...

Yeah! I prefer see green instead of white! Furthermore it's hotter! Beautiful view, sir!

Hugs.

Mildred said...

Very pretty and peaceful view. The predicted rain this week should wash away most of our snow.

Sandra said...

that is one beautiful golf course. ours down here have only flat grass and a few palms

Fred Alton said...

Fairfield Glade is a beautiful place any time! Very serene picture, George.

Pat - Arkansas said...

Beautiful! It's foggy and raining here this a.m., so this photo is quite a spirit-lifter!

Happyone :-) said...

Ah, lovely path. I'm sure you know it calls me to go for a walk on it. :-)

KathyA said...

I thought the exact same thing when I first saw this photo! GREEN!!

We can walk the golf course around here only when the greens are covered with snow. A paradox, no?

Busy Bee Suz said...

That is gorgeous George!!

DayPhoto said...

I'm so ready for greennnnn so verrrrry ready!

Thanks for the memory.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Elettra said...

I'd like to see this place I was very impressed by the calm

KleinsteMotte said...

Curiosity hsa me wondering how it looks when it's snowy but I do understand your wish for spring to hurry.

imac said...

Love the pinkish tint George.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That green grass is refreshing.

Maria said...

beautiful image & golf course! lovely greetings from a golf beginner :-)

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Ginny said...

What a lovely picture of a long and winding road, but with the light peeking through at the end! A good spiritual analogy I think.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

It's nice to see green instead of brown where we are! I guess you still have a ton of snow, stay warm!

rainfield61 said...

I may not be required for the walk with you...

but the green is lovely.

A Lady's Life said...

It certainly looks like a road worth following into the horizon. lol
Is that a moon out in the yonder?

Ann said...

It's very hot, and while the fan is whirling, it is still hot. I have in my church office getting my book printed. (3rd draft) ( I should be telling Betsy this. I don't remember if I told you. I told Betsy when I first started writing it.

Leovi said...

A nice quiet and relaxing landscape, but I confess that I would have preferred no way around a green.

Ryan said...

The green stuff over here is finally winning the battle against the white stuff. At last.

SandyCarlson said...

That's one beautiful view, and it warms me up rightly! Thanks for this dose of a different time!

Jen said...

I just told my husband today how dirty winter is around here after the snow starts to melt. So this picture helps remind me of the clean beauty of warmer days! :)

Kirigalpoththa said...

I'd love a walk down that road!

Indrani said...

Indeed a beautiful capture.

Life Ramblings said...

love the lush greenery, such lovely view.

Lily Riani said...

follow the light at the end of the road :D