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Thanks Peter. You’re doing leaves on vehicles; I’m doing them on the tennis court. Maybe in the spring we can do them on trees :)
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haha, yes, that would be nice!
Brilliant series, Alan. Our tennis court in the park is not nearly as exciting as what you have found. Great work.
Thank you Ken. The newly resurfaced colors helped a lot, as did the wet court that provided ample reflections.
Yes, brilliant – I could go for these on my walls! As usual, I love what you did with the colors in the color shots.
Thanks Lynn. Much appreciated. It was nice to see these old courts resurfaced in such an attractive way.
The green and blue are both “real” colors? Yes, I’ll say that was a tasteful choice on someone’s part – so you’re not the only one with good taste – I thought you changed the colors.
If you Google images for “tennis courts,” you’ll see these colors are not that unusual. For a truly amazing court, Google “Burj al Arab tennis” (unfortunately the videos aren’t all that sharp.) If I were up there, I’d be playing by the net the whole time and hanging on for dear life :)
Yeah! This is great!!!
Glad you like, Markus.
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