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Rural golfers of Appenzellerland

Click each picture to enjoy the geometries of Appenzeller landscapes and its hiking golfers.

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Infinite fairways

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Hikers (and golfers) in the rough

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Moorland putting green

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Rural golfers

Pictures shot on the barefoot path between Jakobsbad and Gontenbad, Appenzellerland, Switzerland

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on July 17, 2015
5 Comments Post a comment
  1. 07/17/2015

    Lorenzo

    Love the pics. As an avid golfer this topic is a one that I thoroughly enjoy. The picture of the flag at the end is my favorite!

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 07/19/2015

      Dear Jim. when I have seen that golf course you came to my mind 🙂 I am glad you liked the pics! Thanks for commenting

      Reply
      • 07/19/2015

        No problem! I really enjoy your pics! I like images that invoke positive memories!

        Cheers
        Jim

  2. 07/17/2015

    What beautiful and dynamic shots you take! Just lovely.

    Reply
    • 07/19/2015

      Thank you BJean, the wonderful summer we are having in Switzerland helps a lot with lights and colors!

      Reply

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