Winter is over and the marsh grass is turning green again. I had been itching to get back up in the helicopter to take some new aerial shots - we have so much amazing material to work with in the Charleston area. I didn't realize quite how windy it was, so it got a little bumpy to say the least, but all's well that ends well and although it was hazy in the distance, we got enough images to make the trip worthwhile. Besides which, it really is a lot of fun. Thanks Kyle!
Sunday, March 27, 2016
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Sometimes the bride and groom have their work cut out not to be outshone by the kids in their wedding party. We attended a family wedding this afternoon and I was not responsible for the photography, but I did have some fun focusing on the kids. Of course, being my grandchildren, I am somewhat biased, but c'mon now, these are seriously cute kids.
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Sunday, March 6, 2016
Spring is trying to emerge, but hasn't quite made it yet, so when you feel like getting out and shooting something, sometimes you need to really scratch your head for inspiration. A friend and I decided to pay a visit to Middleton Plantation because even if there is nothing going on with bird life or horticulture, the farm area and the reenactments of how life was lived back then are fun to photograph. Here are a couple of the images, including my friend Raymond trying his hand at milking a cow!
Thursday, March 3, 2016
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Yesterday's images were from Saturday, and on Sunday we changed direction. Matt and Christine showed me their downtown area, and we found a nice sidewalk restaurant where we ate lunch. My favorite downtown place was Union Station, a classic, beautifully designed and built old fashioned train station, still used for that purpose but also buzzing with all kinds of activity and vibrant life. After lunch we took a 25 minute drive to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a really interesting and unique event venue, surrounded by a recreational area populated with more towering red rocks and crisscrossed by walking trails. Very cool.