Boneyard Beach: Opposing Twins

 This is the second photo in my “color vs. black and white” series while visiting Boneyard Beach on Caper’s Island Awendaw near Charleston.  Which do you like better? Best, Winter

Boneyard Beach: Tree Arch

The end of last year was a whirlwind of traveling for work and play.  I am finally back after a long hiatus. I hope that you continue to enjoy my blog. As a preview of things to come, I am doing a short “color vs. black and white” series of photos.  Let me know which […]

Title: Boneyard Beach

Story: After an extensive walk, an amazing expanse of beach blossomed into view. I was awestruck. As we walked down the beach, there were many remnants of trees, some of which become submerged during high tide. Walking along this amazingly beautiful hidden beach opened my eyes to how much we can miss out on if […]

Title: The Otherside of the Breezeway

Story: As we crested the end of the seemingly endless breezeway, all of a sudden the path turned sandy and the surrounding grounds became a haven of trees and dense bushes. A little further in the distance, a beach was blooming right in front of my eyes. It was magical.   #boneyardbeach #picoftheday #potd #photooftheday […]

Charleston, SC: Fort Sumter

Named after General Thomas Sumter, Fort Sumter was built following the War of 1812. This five-sided brick structure located in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina was built as one of a series of fortifications on the southern U.S. coast to protect the harbors. Construction began in 1829, and was still unfinished on April 12, 1861, when […]

Nature is a Mad Scientist

Nature is defined as, the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations. There is nothing more diverse and beautiful to me than the plants that are produced in nature. Flowers and trees can either be jewels that […]