Like most of you, I suspect, I could probably tell a story for every picture I’ve ever taken. Also like most of you, I suspect, time constraints live large in my world. And yet the stories are still there, many ones I hope to someday tell. It seems a shame, however, to leave some of the pictures buried deep within the vaults of technology, so I thought I’d briefly share a few of the interesting things I’ve seen on the islands over the years.
I discovered this on a walk one evening and was promptly smitten.
Though these are certainly not unique to the island nor even to the Carolinas, I love some of the area bottle trees.
I’ve built many a snowman during all the years I spent in the Midwest, but there’s nothing like a beach snowman made mainly of sand.
One early winter morning, a sudden drop in air temperature brought mist rising off the warm Atlantic waters.
Mostly commonly, I see pelicans flying above the shoreline. But every once in a while, I stumble across a land-bound pelican who appears less fazed by my presence than I am by his.
Military aircraft are commonplace along the coast, usually flying parallel to shore.
If I had to pick a favorite sight, however, it would likely be this:
It’s almost as if the shells arranged themselves.