Saturday, August 27, 2016

My Pix in Post and Courier Magazine!

I was excited this morning to read Charleston's newspaper, the Post and Courier, which included the latest edition of its magazine, My Charleston. Photographs in the issue included those submitted by readers in its weekly photography contests, which cover a wide variety of topics.

Well, I was thrilled to read it this morning and see not one, but two of my photographs in the magazine!

Caption (partial): "Patrick Harwood had a 'locked eyes' encounter with a deer while on the Boynton Trail at the Donnelley Wildlife Management Area in the ACE Basin, south of Charleston.
Caption: Patrick Harwood found this busy colorful scene under the Folly Beach Pier." 
Cover of the Post and Courier's special magazine that came with the newspaper on Saturday, August 27.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Charleston: The Intersection of Trade & Tourism

Charleston has long been a center of trade and commerce. Ports and shipping have always been part of the landscape- and seascape- of "The Holy City."

This was evident Sunday when my wife and I went to Sullivan's Island. At one point two massive container ships passed each other as one left the Charleston Harbor and the other one entered.