Ice Dolphin, Seabrook Island scenes
We feel bad for you all in the north who are dealing with sub-zero temperatures, but we have our own problems too. A big one emerged today on Seabrook Island. We got ice on our dolphins. That’s right, ice on our dolphins. How is any self-respecting sub-tropical island going to be taken seriously with ice on its dolphins?
I spent the day at PJ’s on Seabrook Island, photo of him soon enough. The golf courses are really nervous with these low temperatures, so I have not been out yet on Kiawah or Seabrook. I stopped by Seabrook, and I could feel the nervousness in the head pro. I guess these places get a lot of money invested in these plants, and when temperatures get down to 19 or 20 degrees a lot of them are in danger. I imagine the species are not as hardy as the northern cousins, but hopefully all pull through it ok. But I have not had a mosquito bite in days, so something good is coming out of it.
I shot some decent shots and twilight looked like a bust, so I drove back and went inland with PJ for bit. But there was a hidden hole in the clouds – the sky lit up twenty mins after sunset. I guess ya cant get ‘em all. But a decent day with the camera anyway.
High tide at sunset this Saturday and full moon high tide at sunrise a week from now, so hopefully I have some good spots scouted out and the conditions are right. Pj had been working on some green pea soup for a few days that came out awesome for lunch and I was able to cook dinner. Great day. All have a happy Wednesday