Where the South Santee River dumps into the Atlantic ocean. This Wildlife Management Area is home to many migratory birds, resident alligators, and a typical variety of Lowcountry Natural beauties. About 50 minutes from Downtown Charleston makes this reserve perfect for a day trip to see the sun come up and watch in awe the many species that call this place home.
the next time you look up to the stars, imagine that if not for gravity pulling you towards earth, you would fall out into the vastness of our universe
A budding selection of photography. More shots to come!
It's your special day, make sure you remember it.
In December of 2014 I visited a farm we are connected to through my families coffee roasting company. Our goal for the trip was to meet the new head of the farm. He would be overseeing the next years crop production. It was a wonderful experience.
Located in the ACE Basin (The Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto Basin is one of the largest undeveloped estuaries along the Atlantic Coast of the United States.)
Back in early 2014, a couple buddies and I ventured out into the woods of Northeast Georgia durning February. It was one of the colder backpacking trips I've experienced. I'm talking about ice forming on your sleeping back in the middle of the night...inside the tent. It was a hell of a trip. Lots of fun and the scenery was just spectacular.
A lot of great photos come from road trips. No better way to catch the best light than from on the road.
Photographs, mostly architecture and street stills, from Boston summer of 2014
a collection of eye catching structures
light in motion, motion in light
The ever-intriguing city of Asheville, North Carolina USA.
Black and White Photographs from Badlands National Park in South Dakota.
A collection of images from Francis Beidler Forest in Harleyville, SC. Here, 1,000-year-old trees and native wildlife abound in a pristine sanctuary that has been untouched for millennia. A 1.75-mile self-guided tour along the boardwalk trail allows visitors the chance to safely venture deep into the heart of the swamp... to experience the peace and serenity that have characterized the area for centuries... to hear the sounds of bird and bug and breeze that have echoed through the trees for ages... to take a relaxing and informative walk back into time... to see a swamp the way nature intended. (source)
The Holy City in the middle of the South Carolina Coast.
Weekend surfing near Jacksonville, FL
The Francis Marion is a forest literally steeped in history. Today the Francis Marion National Forest remains a lush landscape of pine stands and wildlife-filledswamps and marshes shaded by towering bald cypress trees.
Photographs from my experience at Bonnaroo 2014
Caught some hackysack in boston
classic sculptures accompanied by many types of flora.
prime wine country in germany. shale lines the canyon-like river sides, making great vineyard conditions. beautiful old architecture in these homes. makes for a great vacation.