An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Beautiful colors. I love the color change on the sand. It really makes me remember the feel of cool sand on my feet.
What a magnificent job of framing the Inkberry plants on the dunes in the sunlight with just a sliver of Ocean beyond Doug... good stuff....peter:)
The color of the sky and the sea is so nice that the shade was affected the image.
That's my idea of heaven!
And I see it affords some most welcome shade, I'm sure! I love the sand dunes, Doug.
Maine one day; Carolinas the next. You're travelin'. Ha!
excellent beach mood
How nice are the shadows of the plants on the sand!
Super composition. And what really makes this a great photo is the light! It's always about the light!Reminds me that I got our car stuck in the sand dunes in south Texas. Almost didn't get it out.Also reminds me that the PGA championship is being played this week on Kiawah Island and I fully intend to watch as much of that as possible (on TV!)...
Like a winter landscape!Okey, okey I know those aren't evergreens :DNice composition, thanks for sharing.
wonderful details in this strange habitat (really could be winter ...)! superb dof as well!(thanks for your most encouraging comments on my iceland pics!!!)
Uwielbiam prawie biały piasek na wydmach i pewno na plaży oraz cudowne niebieskie morze. Pozdrawiam.I love almost white sand dunes, and certainly on the beach and beautiful blue sea. Yours.
lovely light and shadow. fine colors
Ha... That's a very long way to crawl back to the sea!Poor crabs.Inkberry? Cool!Don't think we've got them in Britain.
SO colorful, I'd like to be there!
The low evening light and your eye for pattern have produced an image of great subtlety that's full of atmosphere.
crab forest.. :) that's sounds right.. nice catch!
Vegetation is stronger than sand... NIce shot!Have a nice day.
Ah, I love these colors! Beautifully shot Doug