Monochrome Monday – Stumps
Back on the disc golf course I noticed that the cedar trees had been placed back upright and given a trim. I hope that they can grow a top again and get their roots established. They were blown down by the recent windstorm and uprooted.
It is nice that they replaced the trees – the disc golf course looks much better with the repair work.
I liked the way the black and white color emphasized the line in the ground around the trees and feel of the gray sky day.
This weekend the weather was very nice with blue sky days and tee-shirt weather for playing on another local disc golf course. Here’s a view of some old gray stumps on the side a path near the edge of the course. I had to do these photos in color - the blue sky and water were looking so nice.
Here’s another view of the bay and a cliff area where some people taking in the nice weather and views. There were many people out at this time, it felt very spring like.
Some sunlight coming through the trees near the bay.
I was an excellent day to be out disc golfing. The course was very technical and I lost my disc in the woods for a while. I looked for it for over an hour but couldn't find it. Some other nice people came along and found it right away as they were playing through. I was looking in a much different spot but apparently the disc must have rolled downhill or something. It ended up within twenty feet or so of the basket and I just didn’t see it.
It was really nice to get my disc back – I’ve had it happen to me a couple of times where someone else will locate a disk right away after I’ve looked around for a long time.
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Processing for the photos was done using GIMP the free software photo editing application.
Thanks for reading! I always value your support and comments. The pictures were taken by me with my Galaxy S9+. Text and graphics copyright 1/14/2019 lightsplasher & litesplasher.