A few people have asked me about the row of images at the top of the blog.
The first one was taken early one morning in Charleston Harbor. The second one was shot on the London Underground at High Street, Kensington. hucking Church is next in the row, which is in Kent, in England, The next shot was taken at Burnham On Crouch, Essex, which is also in England.
Then we come to The Golden Gate Bridge. This shot was taken right by the Unknown Soldier.
Back to England again for a photograph of the lifeboat station at the end of Southend Pier, in Essex, England.
The last shot was taken at sunset from the Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge, in Charleston SC, looking towards the docks on the peninsula.No tags for this post.
Kathy & I took part in the Charleston SC section of the nd Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk last Saturday, July 18, 2009.
I already have many photographs of downtown Charleston, but, firstly, it’s always a pleasure to walk around downtown (even more so away from the main tourist areas!), and secondly, there is always something new to take photographs of.
This occasion was no exception, and between the two of us we shot somewhere in the region of 500 photographs.
The weather was picture perfect. Brilliant sunshine, and not a cloud in the sky. It got quite warm as the morning wore on, but that’s never something that bothers me at all. Much better than cold or rain.
I’ve uploaded many of the best shots to Flickr, as as Kathy too, and you can find them in the ‘Downtown Charleston SC’ album if you click on the ‘Photo Albums’ tab at the top of the page here.