Photo Sunday: Putting Along
I hadn't taken the camera out in a while and I wanted to sing the virtues of the Coolpix 5700 while everyone else is jumping on the D70 bandwagon. We played 18 holes today at the very lovely, if underwhelming, mini golf course at Eishenhower Park. When I think mini golf, I think something like Seven Wonders of the World. This park has no windmills or tunnels or anything that makes mini-golf more than a casual walk in the park. Except beauty. It really is a pleasant course. Rather than tell you what I shot, score-wise, I'll just show you what I shot, picture-wise [click each for supersize]. My tax dollars at work: That sign ate at my nerves the entire time we were playing. How could not one person who works there realize that course is spelled wrong? Especially when the other course had a sign that spelled it right. Random pictures, mostly of my nephew (who obviously takes his golf seriously) because my kids are getting camera shy in their old age. My favorite is the one of David leaping. Given the weird timing (when taking action photos) of the 5700, I was pleased to get that picture. I also like the close up of the waterfall. In my defense, I didn't golf very well because I had the camera hanging around my neck. Though I suppose treating the golf club like a hockey stick didn't help much.