Sunday, November 21, 2010


I don't play golf, but if I did, I think I want to play here at the Lincoln Park Golf Course in San Francisco.
With such a nice view, I don't know if I can concentrate on the ball.


Piyush Garyali said...


Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments. The 60D is an awesome piece of machine and coming from 20D you would certainly love it. I have been shotting with it using my friend's lens today and the camera's performance is outstanding.

.. and yes, I was well in time to grab the newegg deal. I am not sure if it is still on but a $200 off on a $1100 body is certainly worth a steal :)


rainfield61 said...

Wow, talking about 60D; I am still using and very much enjoy using 1000D.

lina said...

Indeed. The view is too nice to just concentrate on the balls.

Claudya Martinez said...

It's so beautiful there. I don't golf, but I still enjoy the scenery.

Ryan said...

US courses are built for the scenery, you should try St Andrews.

Mandy said...

Nice shot!!! I don't play golf either but my husband was extremely disappointed to see how well I did on golf on the Wii. He thought he'd thrash me and didn't.

Anonymous said...

I agree. Based on your photo it would be difficult to concentrate.

AVCr8teur said...

Puyish: Congratulations on your purchase. I just bought one yesterday and can't wait to get it.

Rainfield61: I already waited patiently to see several Canon generations go by so it is time for me to upgrade. Although, I always thought it is the skill of the photographer and not the camera that creates the picture.

Lina: I can't hit the ball so all I can do is look out.

Unknown Mami: Me either. We'll just be spectators.

Ryan: I just looked up St. Andrews and it's more beautiful than this scenery!

Emm: Good for you! Show him who is the Wii golf master! :)

flutietootie: If I played, I think all my golf balls would end up in the ocean.