photo walk | charleston

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Recently, on a weekend trip to the historic Charleston, SC to celebrate mine and Jeff's birthdays we, of course, had the opportunity to walk the charming, history-laden city. Of course, I looked for the unusual, the interesting, the eclectic, those things one might not normally see through the eyes of a photo lens.                         
I didn't capture near what I'd hoped. It was laborious walking (but, that is another story) and I'm realizing I'm not a very good photographer (and, that is another story). What I (we) did capture are apart of some good memories. That is what is important too.

Oh, and photo walks are on my 50 in my 50th year list. So was visiting Charleston and staying at a Bed & Breakfast. Guess I can mark that off my list.


photo walk l number 2

short walk after a recent date night and dinner downtown at six pence pub. took the opportunity to record the early evening date. we enjoyed an amazing meal. great conversation. the idea of finding restaurants in our fair city to eat at that we have never tried was a decidedly good idea. we'll be doing this again. we walked a bit dinner to try and work off our bangers and mash appetizer, and our prime rib entree, and hoosier man's pecan pie.

interesting finds on this walk, especially the woolworths in front of a place that is no longer a woolworths and remembering - well - woolworths. do you remember woolworths? had no idea you can't ride your bike in the squares downtown! noticed how the side walks downtown, as we walked, changed so many times; so many varieties of stones, everywhere. interesting.

a photo walk

the boys had a meet with the children's pastor at scc for an interview so they could begin serving on weekends with the kid's ministry. we left the house pretty early because we had to walk to church...4 miles away. it would be hot, and draining but i took my mp3 player for some music and my camera for some photos along our walk.

the georgia boys walked well ahead. long legged punks. i grabbed pictures here and there that seemed interesting to me. i noticed i snapped alot of 'round' things.

thankfully, we ended up getting a ride mid way to scc. then, the children's pastor drove us home...God's pretty awesome!