Golf, Photo Challenges
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This week’s photo challenge was a tricky one I thought!  Then I remembered these photos hidden in the depths of my computer!

The feature photo and the photo below have not been ‘doctored’ at all – the sky was literally on fire on a Saturday evening playing golf.

#golfsunset 404

I took these photos back in 2009 when I bought my first proper camera.  I didn’t really know what I was doing with composition etc and really wish I’d taken more care positioning my hubby so you could see his outline better.

Linking in again with the 52 Week Photo Challenge from:


Rainbow Junkie

The Aran Artisan

Wild Daffodil

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  1. Debbie Jones says

    What incredible photos of that sunset. I keep trying to capture some of the lovely ones we have here but the colours on my photographs never accurately represent what I see with my eyes. My metaphorical hat goes off to you for capturing the deep oranges so beautifully.

    Debbie x

    • Thanks Debbie! I was so lucky to catch it – right place right time! And just used the landscape option on the camera. 🌞

  2. What a great photo opportunity!
    Your hubby is wheeling that poor bloke in a top hat round at a funny angle 😉 Or is he doing ‘penny for the guy’?

  3. WOW! That’s a wonderful photo! As for positioning hubbies, it’s often hard enough to get them to stand in the right place when you do know what you’re doing.

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    • Thanks Jen, I just got lucky that night. I’d only got my new camera less than a week so used the preset buttons and hey presto!! 🙂

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