Lipping Out: No. 19

"I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself." –Maya Angelou
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Photo by Leonard Kamsler/Popperfoto

Leave it to Leonard Kamsler, the legendary photographer who shot every Masters from 1963 to 2002 and pioneered all kinds of new ways to frame the game, to turn something as simple as colored golf balls into vibrant art. This stunner from 1990 led the photo editor of this magazine to exclaim, “Absolutely no idea how he shot that on film.” The game will never cease to amaze us, on and off the course.