Bridge at the Lovely Hole


Today I'm combining the Sunday bridge series and the weekend reflection series! This is a small footbridge over the lovely hole (number 12 at Colonial golf course). There are so many great views on this hole. I'm just waiting for all the flowers around the edge of the water to bloom. That's going to be really spectacular!



Hope you are all having a great weekend! Please click on the bridges link for more bridges and the reflection link for more reflections.

19 comments:

Kaori said...

This is a beautiful scene with so much green surrounding the bridge and in the reflection ;D

VioletSky said...

Golf courses do have such pretty views!

EG Wow said...

Lovely reflection! One reason golf course bridges are so pretty is the well-kept vegetation there. :)

Jacob said...

Oo, la, la! What a gorgeous shot of a gorgeous course! The bridge is cute and the reflections are perfect!

Luna Miranda said...

this is a refreshing photo..all the greenery and water.

Rob said...

Nicely done with the reflection, Looks like a pretty course with a lot of water hazards.

James said...

That's a beatiful scene and I like the tree in the foreground.

Birdman said...

Nice reflections.

eileeninmd said...

What a pretty scene, lovely reflections. Great photo!

Buck said...

That's a beautiful, tranquil photo. I am refreshed for having seen it!

B SQUARED said...

You certainly have a lot of great looking courses in your area.

Ann said...

I was looking at your header photo. It looks like a very orderly squarish city. Even the windows look squarish.

Rambling Woods said...

That looks so peaceful and pretty...Michelle

Luckaa said...

So peacefull, great.

Lily Hydrangea said...

great bridge with reflection. This looks so idyllic, very lovely.

LD said...

Really beautiful scene..almost painting-like. Also love the woodpecker photo. I have Bluejays come up that close where I live.

Nefertiti said...

magnifique ca a l air d un calme !

Lois said...

That is pretty and it's in the shade too!

Matty said...

That is a very inviting setting. The rich reflections of the trees in the water are divine.