A Flower at the Golf Course

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I took a golf lesson last Thursday, so I was anxious to go to the driving range to practice. However, the weatherman said we had a 40% chance of rain. I was disappointed. I thought for sure I was stuck at home.

But the more I thought about this… a 60% chance of not-rain. That wasn’t bad at all.

I had a great time at the driving range. I learned that whenever I walked past flowers, I just had to take a picture or two. (What’d happened to me?)

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About Helen C

A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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4 Responses to A Flower at the Golf Course

  1. Mother Hen says:

    I don’t like to be without a camera these days. Lol!

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    • Helen C says:

      Good morning, Roberta. My husband started photographing since he was young. For many years he bought me cameras (I can’t count how many) trying to get me interested. I didn’t like to carry such a heavy thing, so I kept using my tiny point-and-shoot. To my surprise, after I retired, I really like my big camera (Nikon D7000) and I don’t think it is heavy anymore.
      But honestly, I love photographing even more (I have more fun) after getting to know many bloggers including you. I feel blessed.
      Have a great day.

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      • Mother Hen says:

        Thank you Helen! I love the community of like minded bloggers. It’s so neat to be able to meet and share our thoughts, our photos and writings. I have learned so much by observing what others do and I really learn from all of my tons of terrible photos too. I have a smaller camera that’s easier to carry around and then I am still getting familiar with my D3100. I am at a age where I don’t want to miss out on anything that I can do creatively, nor do I want to miss out on possibilities of forming good friendships.. That includes you!

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  2. rommel says:

    Hmmm… golf lesson and you talk about driving range? Hmmm … Like me who went to golf lesson only to find out that I’m naturally good at juggling. 😀 Excellent capture, Helen.

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