Patience and golf carts
I always love shooting at golf courses, for one reason: I get to drive a golf cart. This week, my assignment was almost absurdly flexible. "Shoot a photo at a city golf course to illustrate a season wrap-up story." The folks at Ellis Golf Course pointed out where I was most likely to find golfers, handed me a key and I was off. I drove backwards on the course past several holes, shooting some along the way but not seeing anything as striking as the light and landscape back at the 18th hole. So I found a good vantage point and waited. It couldn't have been a lovelier day to wait for a golfer to stop in just the right place.