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at your small part

No matter how much one may love the world as a whole, one can live fully only by living responsibly in some small part of it.

― Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays

fresher times

“Well done Jason Day, no longer the best player never to win a major championship. And nobody handed it to him, he went out and won it.”

photo: Jamie Squire / Getty Images
photo: Jamie Squire / Getty Images

“So, that’s the 2015 major championships done and dusted and we got three quality winners. It’s exciting times for golf, we have a new world number one in Jordan Spieth, who is only 22; an old number one in Rory McIlroy, who is only 26; a new major winner in Jason Day, who is only 27. Chuck in lots more coming men, and golf is looking fresher than for a long time.”

Ben Dirs, live reporting for BBC Sports. US PGA Championship Final Round

joke?

ButItIsBlue

via @aschapire

spotlight

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Shame on them!

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Someone paid, someone got paid, someone lured him, someone killed him. Shame on them!

Cecil is just one of millions killed, he was known and represents another call to attention… a painful one. Humans need to learn a lot about being part of an ecosystem, for the time being are just predators.

What’s up, doc?

75 years, Bugs!BugsSilverWB_big

Open farewell

In the disappearing light of Friday night, six minutes before 10pm, Tom Watson struck his final putt in The Open Championship.

photo: Getty Images
photo: Getty Images

reporting for BBC News on July 17th, 2015

On the way to the final…

White magic on green and purple.

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The Championships

What a wonderful world by Libera

Originally posted on aminobuana, inc.:

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Paris once again…

Tennis time in Paris!

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Roland Garros Official site

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