Monday, December 14, 2009

Purple grasses at Lake Sumter Landing

The Villages Florida Book has used another of our photos. You can view that very informative site here, where you'll find everything you need to know or want to know about living in The Villages.


Leif Hagen said...

Here's the list of my questions:
1. When was the last snowfall in the town?
2. How many Lutheran churches are found in town?
3. Where can I buy lingonberries in town?
4. Who was the 7th town mayor?
5. What is the best street upon which to live in town?
6. Why don't they have more coffee shops in town?
Good luck with your "homework", Jacob Meister!

Small City Scenes said...

Blue cars, purple grasses--what the heck is going on. Are we in technicolor ma?


Vogon Poet said...

This is an excellent use for your beautiful photos of the Villages. I hope they'll use more and more of them!

joo said...

Beautiful photo of the grass. Congratulations again on your photos being published - is it a nice feeling? Must be!
Lovely day to you:)

Cezar and Léia said...

It's really cool, congratulations!:)
Beautiful picture indeed!

Jacob said...

@ Small City - Of course! This is Florida, the land of brightly colored everything, where Disney reigns!

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - Are you talking about Ocala or The Villages. Our home, which you need to buy, is in Ocala. Once you've clarified this matter, I shall handle the "homework" with ease!

JM said...

Beautiful shrub!

cieldequimper said...

Ah, Lingonberries.
I'm digressing. I love the sway of the plants!

Jacob said...

@ Safe Leif - Since you obviously do not intend to respond to my request for clarification, I shall answer your questions anyway.

1. It never snows in The Villages. This is paradise, dummy!

2. Too many!

3. You can't. This is paradise, don't you remember? Go to Sweden!

4. The 7th mayor was Muhammed Ali.

5. The best street is the one you live on.

6. We have Decaffeinated coffee shops. Remember this paradise consists of mostly old folks like me!

If there's anything else you need to know, contact my agent.

tapirgal said...

This has to be among my favorites of your photos. It's absolutely gorgeous!

Hilda said...

What kind of grass is that? So pretty!

And congratulations on the use of your photo on their website! That's so cool!

Jacob said...

@ Hilda - I'm sorry, I don't have a clue as to what kind of grass this caught my eye so I snapped away...