Seabrook Island SC foggy sunrise
Today started with a heavy fog. I went out at sunrise to the North Beach on Seabrook and shot this in about three feet of water looking back at the dunes. Cold water - but worth the shot. Mine were the only footprints on the beach.
Then it was an hour drive north to Mount Pleasant for breakfast with two dear friends John and Mike.
After breakfast I picked up Frank and we walked a long pier on Shem Creek in the fog, then headed over to Patriot's Point. From these two different angles I was able to shoot very different perspectives on a dredge. The dredge is there to clear accumulated mud and silt from the bottom of the creek so that the commercial shrimp boats can better navigate.
The two angles make the boat look completely
different. It was neat to watch the big freighter slip out of the fog behind it, and in the stillness of the fog their horns almost seem to rattle your breast-bone.
A quote from the Charleston Paper by Chris Crolley:
(file photo of Chris Crolley)
Then back to Kiawah / Seabrook where I only have one more day to shoot on Seabrook an then hopefully have a couple of days the weather cooperates on Kiawah. I am looking forward to both.
Happy Saturday - all have a great Sunday