365- Peaks or Valleys, originally uploaded by boomer3297.
In Monmouth County New Jersey mountains are non-existent. This landscape, at Trump National in Colts Neck, is as close as we get to a peak or a valley.
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I would have gone to Wall St – Plenty of Peaks and Valleys there every day!
Looks kinda like Nebraska but minus the cornfields LOL!!
Golf courses make great subjects, not matter what!!!
Even sans mountains, this is breathtaking. That glorious sky overlooking this lovely setting is stunning. Nice shot, colors, composition and textures. Good job.
What a great ‘scape. The sky and clouds are stunning.
Oh, that is lovely. I really can’t find words to do it justice.
Nice shot. Is this course new or did it have a different name?
And the last time I checked, Mt. Mitchell, the highest point on the east coast, was in Monmouth county. (I grew up in Atlantic Highlands and have to stick up for it!)
The course was previously named Shadow Isle until Mr. Trump took over in 08.
If I’m not mistaken Mt. Mitchell is in NC.
While there is a Mt Mitchell in NC there is also one in Atlantic Highlands, and it is the highest point on the coast form Maine to the Yucatan:
I don’t remember Shadow Isle either. Curious.
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