Posts Tagged ‘Landscape Photography’

I am beginning to see patterns in the sky from one day to another. This week the sky seemed to slowly transition into the next day’s landscape. Can you see? Check out all my progress here. (I am a few weeks behind…should have time to update it today)Nightime on the Citadel CampusSunny afternoon at Bristol MarinaCotton Candy CloudsOspreys rest in their nestSun peeks throughCooper River BridgeSullivans Island sinks into night

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After a failed attempt last year, I am trying once more!┬áThis time I have tweaked my rules, again, and I am going to focus one subject I am constantly amazed by…the sky. I have been fascinated with it, and photographing it for years, but since moving to Charleston, I have been floored by the diversity the Low country sky offers. It is so vast against Charleston’s flat topography. Every sunset is different. Clouds change with the blink of an eye.

So here goes my 2nd attempt of Project three65. This time I will upload on Mondays. Wish.Me.Luck. Pardon my first 2 car photos…I was traveling at the beginning of the year!

January 1-7

Sky from the carSun beamSunset at Shem Creek ParkFull MoonTraffic SunsetSoft Sullivans SkyCotton Candy Sunset

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Clearly I am still in the honeymoon phase of living in Charleston. It has been a year since I moved here and my drive to and from work still amazes me. I cross two rivers and the intracoastal waterway every morning, each day seeing something new. (Could be a fun photography project to shoot my drive to work one morning?)

Maybe everyone living in Charleston is in a honeymoon phase with their city – how can you not be when you are surrounded by a landscape like this?

Porch with a viewA quiet Ashley RiverFlight over the AshleyLongborough neighborhood dockCharleston Marsh GrassRelax on a swing

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