Bear Island, Wildlife Management Area, South Carolina.
This Spoonbill was captured with the light showing her pink color to it’s best. This time of year some birds, especially young ones, are almost white.
One of the few flowers I’m sure of the name.
In a swamp, South Carolina.
Bear Island WMA, South Carolina.
This is all about the light since it’s a pretty basic shot of a Heron.
There are many places where the tall grass has reached higher than anyone can see over.
It can make for a beautiful sunrise image, I still wonder what is splashing around on the other side of this.
Even when this downtown is closing up some people can make things a little better.
A laundromat here, just a perfect idea.
The side street, really nothing happening here. It does look much better when you drive down the street and see this though.
If there is nobody on this street, make one.
An old rail road crossing is down the street. Now there is a train too.
This is a town that I shoot in black and white, it highlights the ruin setting in. However, there looks to be more than doom and gloom here. I thought I should show that side also.