Enjoyed a great workshop in the Charleston, South Carolina area in early April. We spent a good amount of time at the Boneyard Beach on Botany Bay Plantation where it seems you never have a bad sunrise.
But there is a lot more in this area to photograph and we took advantage of our mornings and evenings by positioning ourselves at other locations, such as the pier at Crosby’s Seafood near Folly Beach.
The area is also home to several magnificent plantation gardens. These next two images were taken at Magnolia Plantation which has wonderful lakes and ponds that are home to a lot of wildlife, from alligators to frogs, to turtles, to egrets, to Great Blue Herons.
I also had the opportunity to visit the ruins of Old Sheldon Church at night for some star photography.
Finally, back to the boneyard for another great sunrise.