The famous and often photographed bridge reflected in the lake at Magnolia Gardens
Same bridge without the soft focus.
Azaleas and Cypress reflected in the lake at Magnolia.
Azaleas were in magnificent bloom.
Egrets are plentiful, active and within fairly close range in the Audobon Swamp at Magnolia.
The egrets were just as actively looking for food as for branches. This one was fishing.
This bird and his mate have been on the nest for three weeks and he is still building!!
This Great Blue Heron was amazingly patient as he waited for an inattentive frog, bug or fish. Unfortunately, he had to move on to greener pastures.
Anhinga are often found sunning their feathers which lack the oil necessary for flotation so they are always submerged (except for their heads) when in the water.
Charleston wrought iron
More wrought iron with spectacularly sunset lit Lady Banks Roses draping.
One more flower in the wrought iron.
Part of the protective barrier for the Coast Guard Captain of the Port's complex at the confluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers....where the Atlantic Ocean is formed according to Charlestonians.
Savannah Wildlife Refuge
Black and White of draping moss at Savannah Wildlife Refuge
Cormorant at Savannah Wildlife Refuge
Marsh grass reflected in tidal pool of Savannah Wildlife Refuge
Lady Banks Roses on wrought iron at sunset.