Sunday, September 17, 2017

Iconic Shem Creek

Only a week ago we were being punished by Irma and lashed by torrential downpours.  It was all hard to imagine this evening as we watched the sun set over flooded but calm marsh grass; people fishing, walking their dogs, spending family time and generally enjoying the board walks at Shem Creek Park. There is something so "lowcountry" about throwing a net, and I took the opportunity to capture the scene. Yes, there are more hurricanes forming in the Atlantic, Maria for example could be a threat, but for now all is well in Charleston.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Irma's Visit

Well I know that some folks had it far worse than me, so I'm not complaining, rather I'm grateful because nothing bad happened that can't be fixed, but really that was some storm.  I took Gideon (my grandson) out to Folly Beach the day before to admire the wild seas and wind, (not to mention crazy surfers) but today was not a day to be outdoors.

Monday, September 4, 2017

Go Sarah Beth

My young friend just graduated from Dental School at the Medical University of South Carolina.  To commemorate this event, we went down to the campus early Saturday morning to take some photos.  Here are a few.  As you can see, we had fun.  That's how it should be :)

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Storm over King Flats Creek

My trusty radar app let me know that there was a storm heading our way yesterday evening, so I drove out to where the skies are endless above the marsh and waited for it.   Oh boy, it was a zinger and I took shelter while the worst of it raged, but afterwards, as the clouds cleared, it yielded the most beautiful sunset as it does often after a summer storm.  Here is the storm gathering, clearing, and the evening calm from Bowen Island and the King Flats Creek.