I love landscapes with pictures of volleyball courts as the photographic focus.
Pictures of volleyball courts are a popular subject for photographers all over the world.
The photo above was taken of a court outside of a hut on the Solomon Islands.
Multiple courts on a sandy beach is a frequently used photographic subject and the best images make fantastic room art and decorative pieces.
New York is a hotspot for volleyball lovers so pictures of volleyball courts all over the city are a normal occurrence.
Here's a picture of a sand volleyball court surrounded by grass. I loved this one because this "story" was full of contrasts.
Grass volleyball is so popular so why not set up a grass court?
Nope ..lets put the court in the sand that's surrounded by a gorgeous green lawn.
Who does that?
How about this...an outdoor volleyball court in a remote rural area. Volleyball lovers can be found everywhere.
What major university campus does not have an outdoor volleyball court worth taking a picture of?
Name one. I'll wait.
This amazing shot was taken by Sara goldsmith and features a lonely looking outdoor net on an empty sandy beach.
In the foreground are the beautiful changing leaves of fall that form the frame of this beautiful picture of a net on the court.
I know you've taken the perfect volleyball court image, that you're just dying to share!
Well now we hope to motivate you to do so...
If you have a fantastic picture of a volleyball court surrounded by players, nature or that scenic with the beach volleyball court as the focal point that needs to be shared then we'd love to share your work with our audience.
Do you have a selection of indoor volleyball pictures that are imaginative, one-of-a-kind example of your photographic genius?..
Do you have a set of volleyball court pictures that represent your ability to combine still life with sport imagery?
Please share your volleyball court photography, whether you are a bona fide working photographer or an ambitious amateur, we encourage you to share examples of your best volleyball court images with our readers.
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Nov 25, 21 04:30 AM
These four terms used in volleyball blocking practice are words and volleyball jargon coaches use to describe blocking technique used to stop an attack hit.
Nov 25, 21 04:23 AM
A double block in one of the basic volleyball terms for blocking that describes when 2 players jump to cover cross court or the line to stop an attack hit.
Nov 25, 21 03:25 AM
My blocking tips volleyball players use to improve technique used when sealing the net with arms close to the net when stopping hitters from attacking the ball.