Where better for a golfer to find happiness on a rainy day than in this golf simulator I photographed in a house built by Upland Development?
I consider myself one of the lucky people: I love my job and I have hobbies. The combination is perfect for happiness.
It’s been a rainy couple of weeks, and I haven’t been able to get outside very often for my job. I love architectural photography and never tire of it. But, if it rains and I can’t work, I’m ready for the next best thing—my hobbies. This week I’m sharing photos of some of my favorite hobby spaces and celebrating other people’s interests and pastimes.
Designer Anne-Marie Barton provided individual hobby spaces for a couple owning a mountain home in Wolf Creek Ranch. Rain or shine, there is plenty for them to enjoy.
Finally, I am including an art studio of a noted artist on Florida’s Atlantic coast. Thinking about Florida is a perfect thing to do during the Wasatch Back’s mud season, when we are just seeing the first tinges of color.
Now, it is time for me to pursue my own hobbies. With suggestions from my online Land Rover enthusiasts’ forum, I’m going out to tinker some more with my car.
words and photos by: Scot Zimmerman