Tag: South Carolina

Yesterday, September 2, 2016, was a hot, oppressively humid day in Charleston, SC. My friend, Robert, was visiting from Ohio. I’d driven down to Charleston to show him the city. When we arrived, we started by looking out over the bay, the USS Yorktown, slightly to the left, in the distance. Off to our right, Fort Sumter, whose flags can usually be seen proudly flapping in the breeze, sat limply, listlessly in the nearly breezeless afternoon . Fort Sumter is…

Saturday morning, I wanted to go out and run a couple of rolls of film through the Mamiya 645e before going to Charleston for the photo walk next week. As it turned out, Saturday was overcast and drizzly pretty much all day. All that I had were two types of film to work with: ISO 100 and ISO 25! I opted for the 100. I went to a place close to my house, Anne Springs Greenway. Now, the standard lens…

Saturday morning, around a little after 7:00 AM, I spent about 30 minutes sitting on a boat ramp near the edge of the water, watching the sunrise. It was quite, cool, peaceful, orange … perfect.