A beautiful golf course.
We met here in the restaurant and while Marian did the talking I was out with my camera.
This is South Africa and we do things African style.
I will show you a golf course very close to the ocean and we have not been here before. Now I don't play golf and I only played one game that lasted the first two holes before I retired. Never again!
On the first hole the ball disappeared out of the property from the drive and on the second hole the ball decided to leave the premises again. So that was it for me and to stop the guys from laughing, I rather went to have a coffee at the clubhouse :)
I spotted a bird in that green Willow tree, can you see it?
Surely you can see the bird now?
It was a lovely Purple Heron, the mate of one that I showed in #featheredfriends yesterday.
Of course braaied meat (barbeque) was also available African style.
I got many birds on camera here that I will continue to post in the #featherdfriends community.
During meetings I do my part and then step away. If you have ever heard the noise of a flock of finches, then imagine a flock of ladies discussing charity issues. Everyone is talking at the same time and I call it "geraas" (noise).
Out there near the ponds far away from the players it is heavenly for a wandering eye and one can think in silence as one listens to the occasional sounds of nature.
I see that the Hive price has tanked again, but we have been there before and we survived, so we will survive again and the secret is to keep on Hodling. And of course to buy the dip if you can.
We only wish the best for all on Hive and I hope that my photos are a bit uplifting.
And That's All Friends.
Photos by Zac Smith-All Rights Reserved.
Camera: Canon Powershot SX70HS Bridge camera.
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