Things have gotten back to normal around here in 2018 since the unexpected snowfall of several inches on Jan. 3. Maybe we'll get lucky and have another white stuff visit this winter!
Bird activity continues to bustle at the backyard feeders. And we had a nice time returning to a former golf course property in the area that still hasn't been redeveloped after 10 years or so since the last golf shots were struck.
Last weekend I was thrilled to capture an image of this Yellow-throated Warbler.
January 3, 2018 has gone into the history books as the Charleston area's third deepest snow accumulation. Winter Storm Grayson dropped from four to seven inches (in Summerville) of the white stuff along Coastal South Carolina that Wednesday afternoon.
I have lived in this area since 1990 and it was by far the most ever snow!
Yesterday I put together a short video (two minutes) showing my snowstorm highlights. Check it out!
I took even more photographs with my iPhone7 and Canon DSLR. I will be adding some of my favorite snow images in the days ahead. And here they are!