Top-Flite XL Distance Golf Balls (15-Pack, Yellow)
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The XL Distance Golf Ball and XL Straight Golf Ball have been the go to balls for distance, durability, and value since the 1980s. Now with significant advancements, the XL line is still the ball to tee up when you want to leave your buddies shots in the dust. Afterburner Core Technology provides more distance and feel, while the Distance Dimple Technology creates more streamlined ball flight. Basically, the XL line is longer than ever and it lasts until the cows come home. Even better, the XL Distance Golf Ball and XL Straight Golf Ball are both available in value[Read More]
Various Brands Optic Yellow Mixed Recycled Golf Balls, 48 Pack w/mesh bag
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Various Optic Yellow Mixed Brand Recycled Golf balls ; 4 dozen assorted in excellent condition, recycled to the highest standards possible. Exceptional playability. Reusable drawstring mesh bag.
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Bridgestone E6 Optic Yellow Golf Balls, 1 Dozen (2011 Model)
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Straight Distance, Dual Dimple Technology, softest multilayer golf ball available reduces side spin ad increased accuracy
Srixon Z Star X Tour Yellow Golf Balls - single sleeve (3 balls)
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The Z-STAR has been re-designed, re-calculated and re-formulated to improve performance. SPIN SKINTM coating is both soft and flexible, giving players twenty percent more friction between the club and ball for improved control on the green. The Speed Dimple design reduces drag so the golf ball soars through to air on its way to the green. The combination of these technologies and the Gradient Growth TM core ensures STAR performance.

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Macro Lillie
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Found this Lillie on the fairway of the 4th hole of the golf course i was playing at !!

I hit my ball a bit to the right and there they were !!!!

Yes i had my camera in my golf bag..... lol.

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Descending into history (Sub-Evil Boy)
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We made a few day trips while staying at Methwold Old Vicarage, the first of which was to Grimes Graves, a large pre-historic flint mining site. For over 1,000 years (starting around 3,000 BC), neolithic folk mined high quality "floorstone" flint below more than 10 meters of chalk. The mining was done using red deer antlers as the primary digging tool (!), and there is evidence of over 400 shafts. The miners typically dug a straight shaft down the the desired flint level, and then dug very shallow radiating shafts (little more than crawl spaces) along the flint seam, with no bracing or support. When they were done they back-filled the mines, leaving a large, dimpled area of land that looks vaguely like a huge green golf ball.

A few of the mines have been excavated, and you can actually climb down into one and get a real feel for the place and the process. You get to wear cool yellow hard hats, which you need - I bumped my head several times in the small spaces. You can see the white chalk marks on the top of Sub-Evil and WeatherGirl's helmets as they descend, evidence of previous wearer's bumping their heads into the chalk walls and ceilings.

All in all a very cool visit!

In some sense they were strip mining the area for flint. With nothing but people power and antlers, however, they couldn't strip too much or too fast. Take that same idea and put the muscle of modern technology behind it, though, and we can rip the top off a mountain.

Our wild and crazy son descending the ladder into the mine. (We made him go first :->.)

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68, o Un Mar de Colores...
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1. Yellow bird / Great kiskadee, 2. Framboyanes, 3. La Pradera..., 4. Arcoiris doble, 5. Milagro / Miracle, 6. Cerrado / Texturas, 7. Stuff.... and not all of it.... the bags have even more stuff inside, 8. A big, black buiding in Barcelona, Spain...,

9. Nothing really...., 10. Llaves / Keys, 11. Postes de Luz / Power Pole, 12. Luz artificial / Sol, 13. Dorado AM / Golden AM, 14. Little duckling.... floating, 15. Soledad / Solitude, 16. Diplopia!!,

17. Very yellow..... / Żółty, 18. Odalisca..., 19. Limited sky...., 20. Blue forest, 21. Sky and palm, 22. Amanecer en el Cerro de la Silla, 23. Il Duomo, Florencia., 24. Venecia.....,

25. Parasol, 26. Lance de capa Mexico, 27. My multitool, 28. Sundown light with golden poplars, 29. Colores de la Provenza, Arles, Francia., 30. Director de la lidia / Bullfight director., 31. Rojo Muleta, 32. Golf balls,

33. Flores nocturnas Night flowers, 34. Plantas - Pinos de la Sierra, 35. Viene clareando / Daylight is coming., 36. Mariposa....Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon), 37. A las cinco de la tarde.... Deslumbrados por el albero., 38. Last of the sunlight.., 39. Pa' Morelia..., 40. Jungle flower (framboyán), México.,

41. Campanario, Mexico., 42. What's your problem dude?, 43. Parasailing into the sun, 44. Hamacas de colores / Colorful hammocks, 45. Aves de tormenta / Thunderbirds, 46. Kodak B&W, under the harsh sunlight.., 47. Desnudo frontal... / Frontal nudity, 48. Comunión....,

49. Seda y oro... / Silk and gold, 50. Flor silvestre / Wild flower, 51. Yo sin ti no viviria........ / Without you I wouldn't feel alive, 52. Plantita /Little plant, 53. Veronica, 54. Caterpillar / Gusano quemador, 55. Madre / Mother, 56. Listo para otros 50 / Ready for another 50,

57. Vórtice/Vortex, 58. Flores de Corona de Cristo / Flowers of Crown of Christ, 59. Colores Mexicanos - Mexican Colors, 60. Montañas / Mountains, 61. En mi cocina / In my kitchen, 62. Eclipse Febrero 20, 08, 63. Hmmm, cookies..., 64. Pa e.g.mtz, que le gustan las flores...,

65. Nochebuenas / Poinsettias, 66. Angel roto / Broken angel, 67. Butter cups?, 68. Todavia estan aqui.....

WELCOME TO MY WORLD....THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOUR!
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GO ON GIVE YOURSELF 2MINS TO REFLECT AND LISTEN TO THE SOUNDS OF THE KING....

www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMlQkGpxMP0

1. Nectar hunter!, 2. Bright and yellow!, 3. Pink dogrose with raindrops, 4. All things bright, 5. Golf ball!, 6. Roses grow on you

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"BLOOMING BEAUTIFUL"!
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MY CREATION OF THE MANY DIFFERENT FLOWERS I HAVE CAPTURED ON MY TRAVELS! CLICK THE LINK TO FIND OUT WHICH OLD BUT CLASSIC SONG I HAVE CHOOSEN?
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1. White dogrose with raindrops, 2. Pink dogrose with raindrops, 3. The colour purple, 4. After the rain pink flowers, 5. Pink close up, 6. Pretty yellow flower, 7. Big blooms!, 8. Big blooms!, 9. Pink and open!, 10. Flower power, 11. The blues!, 12. Blooming lovely!, 13. Rose by no other name!, 14. Colourful!, 15. Vibrant Pink, 16. vibrant, 17. Pinky, 18. Front view, 19. Vibrant, 20. Paperlike, 21. Close up, 22. Lemony, 23. Sunny yellow, 24. Sunny yellow, 25. The colour of summer!, 26. Look inside , 27. Sunny bloom, 28. Daisy daisy, 29. soft n spiky, 30. Close up!, 31. Blooming wonderful!, 32. Yellow peril!, 33. Roses grow on you, 34. Colourful, 35. Golf ball!, 36. PINK LILY OPEN

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Yellow metal tube sculpture at Center Camp. You could put a golf ball inside and spin the tubes until it spit it out at the bottom, kinda like a labyrinth.

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Yellow Balls
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Descending into history (WeatherGirl)
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Image by Unhindered by Talent
We made a few day trips while staying at Methwold Old Vicarage, the first of which was to Grimes Graves, a large pre-historic flint mining site. For over 1,000 years (starting around 3,000 BC), neolithic folk mined high quality "floorstone" flint below more than 10 meters of chalk. The mining was done using red deer antlers as the primary digging tool (!), and there is evidence of over 400 shafts. The miners typically dug a straight shaft down the the desired flint level, and then dug very shallow radiating shafts (little more than crawl spaces) along the flint seam, with no bracing or support. When they were done they back-filled the mines, leaving a large, dimpled area of land that looks vaguely like a huge green golf ball.

A few of the mines have been excavated, and you can actually climb down into one and get a real feel for the place and the process. You get to wear cool yellow hard hats, which you need - I bumped my head several times in the small spaces. You can see the white chalk marks on the top of Sub-Evil and WeatherGirl's helmets as they descend, evidence of previous wearer's bumping their heads into the chalk walls and ceilings.

All in all a very cool visit!

In some sense they were strip mining the area for flint. With nothing but people power and antlers, however, they couldn't strip too much or too fast. Take that same idea and put the muscle of modern technology behind it, though, and we can rip the top off a mountain.

And now WeatherGirl descends into the pit!

Watching (Sub-)Evil decline
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Image by Unhindered by Talent
We made a few day trips while staying at Methwold Old Vicarage, the first of which was to Grimes Graves, a large pre-historic flint mining site. For over 1,000 years (starting around 3,000 BC), neolithic folk mined high quality "floorstone" flint below more than 10 meters of chalk. The mining was done using red deer antlers as the primary digging tool (!), and there is evidence of over 400 shafts. The miners typically dug a straight shaft down the the desired flint level, and then dug very shallow radiating shafts (little more than crawl spaces) along the flint seam, with no bracing or support. When they were done they back-filled the mines, leaving a large, dimpled area of land that looks vaguely like a huge green golf ball.

A few of the mines have been excavated, and you can actually climb down into one and get a real feel for the place and the process. You get to wear cool yellow hard hats, which you need - I bumped my head several times in the small spaces. You can see the white chalk marks on the top of Sub-Evil and WeatherGirl's helmets as they descend, evidence of previous wearer's bumping their heads into the chalk walls and ceilings.

All in all a very cool visit!

In some sense they were strip mining the area for flint. With nothing but people power and antlers, however, they couldn't strip too much or too fast. Take that same idea and put the muscle of modern technology behind it, though, and we can rip the top off a mountain.

Here we have WeatherGirl and the nice English Heritage lady watching Sub-Evil descend into the darkness...

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