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This beautiful finishing hole calls for about a 170 yard carry over water...and no I did not hit it into the water!....at least not on this hole! Played golf over the weekend with my buds at one of our favorite places. Legacy in Aberdeen, North Carolina. ~Have a great week my friends! ~Sam
Reflections of a pretty morning! Hope all of you are having a nice New Year! I will be back soon! ~Sam
Enjoying the clouds slowly drift by at Legacy lake ~ Explore 2012-12-12
If you haven't figured it out yet I seek out reflections of nature and Autumn usually puts on the best and most colorful shows for this endeavor. Enjoy your week! ~Sam
Much more skittish than males...often prefers hovering than landing.
My favorite golf course of which I have not played for a few weeks with the cold and wet! Sigh...
Forest Festival Trail, Cradle of Forestry, Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina
HDR created from 7 images.
the algae was thick. i was basically dragging the canoe from point to point and then wedging the boat between trees to prevent drifting while taking a shot.
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The "ocean" is the only clear sky of the day as the cloud cover rolled in for the day
Early morning reflections on a calm day is always worth the walk.
Enjoy each day given my friends! www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzRy1zGGLXM
A few clouds and a sunset and walking along the woods by a lake is one of my favorite pleasures of life. Hope you have your spots as well my friends!
a 'fabulous' local character in wilmington told me: 'you can tell if someone was raised in wilmington or not by where they put their trash. you yankees and outsiders put your trash in the alley outside your houses. the well-bred of wilmington, on the other hand, put their trash in the alleys outside the houses of yankees and outsiders. there is a distinct difference...'
Biltmore School of Forestry, Cradle of Forestry, Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina
Reconstructed in 1965 based on the original 1891 building.
HDR created from 7 images.
Yancey County, NC.
IRG-->RGB cross-sampled image from two exposures. #093 filter used for I-->R channel; linear polarizer used for others. The most distant ridges on the left skyline were not visible to the naked eye.
I admit that I had a bit of difficulty with registration at the lower left (perhaps chromatic aberration in the lens) and with red-spotting in the center due to increased vignetting/contrast-boosting of the I-->R channel.
Taken on a walk through the Biltmore forest in North Carolina
Waiting with other photographers grabbing the sunset colors
I was bundled up across the river with the winds blowing up to 30 miles an hour but he held his perch perfectly for nearly an hour! Enjoy your week my friends!