An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
And what is it like this morning, I wonder.
It's sunny, breezy, and going up to 60!
I saw all pictures, it's really difficult to say my favorite, I love your work, the composition, colours, everything... See you soon. À très bientôt. VAL
great mood in the shots
I especially like the last photo. I agree a lot with the surreal feel to it all!
all gone in a few hours.. :) winter's great in small doses.. :)
Very nice shots that give the viewer a real feel of the area.
I don't like snow...but I agree it looks beautiful in your images !
Before 2009, snow was very rare in London too.Since 2009, we tend to get more serious snow fall!?!Global warming?!
WOW do people really LIVE in those houses at the top??? oh fiddle dee dee i'll think about it tomorrow!loved the snow in the face fountain lolol great series, and thank you for being so kind to me, i feel like giving up these days
The image of those gorgeous homes looks like a page in a magazine!
I lived in Atlanta for 25 years, Doug, so I know exactly what you mean! You grab it when you can. And you now have the beautiful images to prove it.
I am glad you also have your camera ready to go, you never know what comes up...in this case, what comes down...SNOW... we had a lot of snow a few weeks back, melted and now we wait for more....Great pictures again.
I lived in a part of our country where it also snow only every long while :-) Then one Sunday afternoon, down came the snow - the fall lasted about an hour and a half. What I will not forget was the immense silence directly after the snow fell, lasting about 20 mins before the children went crazy in the neighbourhood. Pity one can't capture the silence on film.
Love the unexpected--cool series of shots Doug!
well, this is a very unusual way of seeing charleston, but a very pretty one (perhaps not for the residents and the palm trees ...)!