The snow came, and the snow went. It was that simple, but it helped to make what I’m sure will become one of the most memorable weekends in our family’s story. Charleston’s first snowfall in over 20 years crashed the party on Friday, blowing everyone’s mind in the process (look at that frozen marsh below!)… Continue reading The Great 2010 Charleston Snowpocalypse
While I knew there was no tornado, tonight’s hail storm still impressed me. The white wall coming in off the marsh was cinematic, but the real star came seconds later when the hail arrived. I could tell right away that the chunks were big, and they looked like broken snowballs bouncing into the windows. It… Continue reading This, My Friends, Is Hail
Stars, moon, sun, and jets. Palm tree, cypress, pine, and oak.
I have terrible equipment for capturing celestial phenomenon (a 17-40mm), but my not-so-inner geek always pulls me out into the yard. I’ve caught meteors, rainbows, and even the northern lights (rare for SC), and tonight I got two more — a lunar eclipse and a moonbow — only 90 minutes apart. It was pretty cloudy… Continue reading Lunar Eclipse Photo + Bonus Moonbow Dessert
I hope all you late risers didn’t miss the show this morning! Commuting over the bridges providing amazing views of the thick layer of fog that had settled over the rivers and marshes. I crossed the Wando bridge around 8 a.m. this morning, and snapped two quick shots. The first one is looking Southwest down… Continue reading The Fog, My God, The Fog