Tag: favorites

I’m special I took quite a few photos while walking in what passes for winter around here. In fact, we had close to a foot of snow. This was the most snow that I’d seen since I’ve been living in Charlotte. However, out of all of the photos that I took, this was my favorite one. This one, I didn’t go looking for, per se. I didn’t have to think about it. For the most part, the day had been…

Mark Graf ‘highly encouraged’ me to do this list, so here it is. I went back through the 7500+ photos that I took this year. Many of them were just walking-around photos. Photos that I took while on my walk through the neighborhood. Overall, I didn’t travel to many places this year, but I was out and about a lot. I went to: 1. Ohio – 3 times. 2. Mexico – 2 times. 3. Seabrook Island, SC – 1 time…

I’ve marked this as one of my favorites. There’s no telling when a particular photo will speak to me, but this one does because it has an association with it that I formed, while taking the shot, one of several from different angles. It was early, 6:35 AM by the timestamp, the sun still below the horizon. I was out on the beach, alone, enjoying the sound of the surf. I could see this sign in the distance, but I…

Probably like many of my fellow bloggers, there are thousands of photos that I’ve not posted on the blog. Some of them I have posted in my Smugmug account, such as the one featured here, but have not used in a post. I thought, surely I’ve used this one, but in going back through the blog archives, since March of this year, no I’ve not used it (It does rotate through on my header, though, every once in a while)…

Vanessa I have a tag, favorites, where I add some of my favorite photos. I’ve not had an obvious favorite in a while, but this one qualifies. Vanessa, my girlfriend, and I spent this past weekend at Seabrook Island, SC. On both Friday and Sunday mornings, we woke up early, went for a walk on the beach to take in the sunrise. We saw a couple of dolphins, some small sharks, and lots of birds. I had taken my Olympus…

Best seat in the house As planned, I drove down to Congaree National Park this morning. Door to gate, about 100 miles even. I arrived around 10:45 AM, or so. Fortunately, the weather was very cooperative. The sun stayed behind a thin layer of clouds during the time that I was there, casting interesting, yet not-so-harsh shadows. Initially, when I hit the boardwalk that runs through the swamp, I was moving like I was on my morning walk! I was…

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