Friday, 2 January 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Golf Balls Decorations!

As I was walking back from Quarr Abbey I passed this house and the gentleman had made this decoration out of golf balls.    Another day when I was on a different walk I met him on a lane between the golf course and this is where he finds the golf balls.  I thought this was a novel way of using the golf balls and decorating his garden for Christmas. He changes the decoration on the grass
several times during the Christmas period.  











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32 comments:

  1. Oh I definitely found this post fun! I kept looking at then away and again at the last image. Absolutely surreal. Have a great weekend, Margaret. Greetings. Jo

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  2. What a great use of golf balls. I like the reindeer..great reflection captures! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  3. Happy New Year. May 2015 bring you (and me) lots of joy, happiness and GOOD HEALTH.

    I love the golf ball creations--all of them. We live on a golf course and get a few golf balls here --which I save for my son.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  4. What a FUN idea! I love the reindeer!! Thank you for sharing... I may have to try that reindeer next year! Ha! Happy, Happy New Year, Margaret!! blessings ~ tanna

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  5. Hi Margaret,
    Beautiful Christmas decorations in the pond.
    The deer in the grass I find totally amazing.
    Best regards, Irma

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  6. very cute. like the goldfish pond, too!

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  7. Golf ball art, how fun that is!

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  8. What a fun surprise to see Rudolph!!! This man really has a great imagination. Love this post because it is something new and very cool. I wonder if there is something called Golf Ball Art, or if he thought the whole thing up himself?

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  9. So funny! There's nothing mike working your obsessions into everything. OB does with his origami....it's everywhere. Happy new year Margaret.

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  10. How delightful! I must admit the photos of the watergarden did set me to thinking of the pond I dug and the fish that lived there. Such simple fun with the deer in golf balls! have a cheery day!

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  11. What a surprising thing to do with golf balls! I like the reflection in the water.

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  12. Margaret!
    This is great !!!!
    Great series photoshoot.
    Greetings from Polish.
    Lucia

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  13. Somebody obviously put as lot of work into that. Thanks for sharing!

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  14. :)These are very original decorations!

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  15. Oh my I LOVE the creativity of this, what a fabulous idea

    Mollyxxx

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  16. Margaret, i play a lot of golf and every ball i hit into a lake or pond ( not on purpose ) the ball sink, how does he get these to float ? GREAT PHOTOS.

    peter

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  17. What fun. I always like to see quirky things - and this qualifies. Thank you.

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  18. I wondered the same as Forest Snapper about the golf balls floating. Love the effect though and don't they make a lovely contrast against the colour of the gold fish?

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  19. Great shots! I wonder if the fish know that the are swimming through reflections. :-)

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  20. Looks like a molecule model. :-)

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  21. Unique, clever, fun ... I love it. And it makes a marvelous reflection don't you think? I bet this gentleman is a lot of fun ... Thanks Margaret, I really do love it ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  22. Hahaha, very creative. I bet the gentleman would be fun to talk with about this's and that's.

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  23. Wonderful reflections. Happy New Year!

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  24. Love the fish in the pond and interesting idea on the golf balls. I am wondering the same thing, how are they floating?

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  25. That is a very creative use of golf balls! Love the 'Rudolph'! I just found an old golf ball in a rotting log that my old dog must have hidden in the knot hole. After all these years, it has come to light, many years after the old girl has been gone to us. It made me smile and remember the good old days when she could find any golf ball, no matter how far it had been hit. I hope you have a wonderful New Year! - Karen

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  26. The ideas the most simple are usually the better : that was a great idea to make this chrismas ornement with those floatting white balls... And the reflections are terrific ! I hope you had the best hollydays, and I wish you the best for 2015.

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  27. lol, that was some cool decorations and reflections. Looks really nice too.

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