Grazing Graceful Geese on the Golf Course!

Gold Coast Golf Club

Golfing Geese

Travel Theme : Grasses

Dry mountain grasses

Dry mountain grasses

Grass is usually a shade of green, but sometimes in summer/autumn the colour can change as the grass dies and waits for the new growth in spring.

Clumps of grass

Clumps of grass

Here is a nice contrast to the two photos above, a well cared for edging showing green grass and daffodils

Crosshaven Walkway

Crosshaven Walkway

And of course golf courses often have the best grass, to help that little white ball run a long way!

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While the grass on the roadside looks different again…

Roadside grass

Roadside grass

The African bush looks a little different, but still the grass grows there.

African bush

African bush

Linked to Ailsa’s Where’s my Backpack

Cee’s Which Way Challenge : Week 22

No matter what way you go, it seems all roads on this golf course lead to the cliffs and the sea!

See some more Which Ways over at Cee’s place

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