SUNDAY’S PICTURES

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!@(pv1.jpg:R120 http://www.eyeno.net/images/pv1.jpg “frosty”) This morning golf was once again delayed because of a heavy frost. I took the opportunity to wander around the course and grab a few shots. Cold and sunny, it was a perfect November morning.

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!@(pv14.jpg:L120 http://www.eyeno.net/images/pv14.jpg “creek”) The Etobicoke creek winds through the golf course and, when not eating golf balls, is always gurgling a reminder of its existence. It shows up on 5 of the 9 holes and today there were patches of ice forming in the still ponds.

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!@(pv21.jpg:R http://www.eyeno.net/images/pv21.jpg “frost”) In this picture the frost is clearly visible as the white haze on the green. We’re not allowed out until it burns off for fear that we damage the grass which would show as winter kill next year.

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!@(pv4.jpg:L120 http://www.eyeno.net/images/pv4.jpg “sunshine”) Walking up to the elevated 9th green, a number of different grasses have been planted and here one variety allows the sun to play peek-a-boo.

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!@(pv8.jpg:R120 http://www.eyeno.net/images/pv8.jpg “seed”) Peel Village Gof Course is a recognized Audubon conservation area and, whenever possible, the area is allowed to develop naturally. That means you get plenty of weeds once you stray off the course and here a seed pod glows golden brown in the sun.

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