This summer is just full of beaches. It’s not even the end of June yet! My mum, brother, Jeremy and I collected all these little live clams on the Myrtle Beach Shore. Isn’t nature amazing? Each little life is an artistic expression. Can’t wait to frame these!
Last year I felt like I missed every season, every detail of so many beautiful things around me. This year I’m sort of trying to make up for it. I see so many details, and enjoy them all. I am so wholly attracted to the simpler things in life and they’ve certainly never let me down! I may post bits of this park over and over, but something beautiful is always happening there that I just have to share.
One of my favorite, charming aspects of the Savannah townscape is the abundance of little shops selling everything from large antiques to novelty knick knacks lining every street. The stores are mostly family owned and the personality of the shop owner is reflected in the walls of each establishment. I’ve always been used to going to Savannah with a large group of friends or my huge family but the town is an entirely different experience when you arrive with just one other person and no schedule. I prefer the peaceful meandering, actually!
When I went to Savannah a few weeks ago (has it been a few weeks? wow.) I had a great time photographing a few birds. I’ve looked up birding stuff recently and even attended an Audubon society talk last night. And then I bought a bird themed photography display. Oh my god I’m the fledgling stages of becoming a birdophile… or to sound less like a crazy person, an amateur ornithologist. :)
Here are a few photos of seabirds I met on my trip to Savannah.