The Tabernackle at Indian Fields Campground. The yearly meeting, a revival, is held the first week in October.
Formed in 1810 the original meetings were based on the arrival of the ‘circuit rider’ preachers. Camp meetings are held regardless of war, pandemic, or weather.
Tabernackle, Indian Fields
Taken from inside the Tabernacle, September 2023 as the grounds are setup for meeting.
Indian Fields Methodist Campground, St. George, South Carolina.
This shot was a bit tricker than I had first thought. You can see how old and broken the bridge is, even the railings were all buckled. The only angle to be had was by leaning over the bridge and stay hidden in the brush. Luck held and they didn’t fly off.
Night Herons, Old Bridge
Yellow-crowned Night Herons.
Photograph using a film filter.
Marsh By Kodachrome (25)
Just to be different.
An image here that had been uploaded to the website but never published.
While sorting through some post op issues I still have photos uploaded hanging around the web site. The IPad has never been my friend, however for now I declare a truce.
Roseate Spoonbill in a rookery.
At this angel the image was a little dark, which ultimately I liked.
Wide And Dark
Best viewed large, lots of critters here.
In no particular order, really, how could you choose ?
I don’t see a single critter in these shots, not that they aren’t there.
Salt marsh, a few distant Pelicans, and a brilliant sunset.
Salt Marsh Sundown