Having spent $6 on a gate pass to get in and look at the plantation ruins (see my previous post), I decided to drive further into Sea Pines and check out the famed Harbour Town lighthouse. (I can’t help pronouncing this as if Bill Burr were saying it, with the exaggerated Boston accent.)
My wife and I returned later for dinner, and I took the opportunity to get some more cliche shots after sunset.
I just got back from a trip to Hilton Head Island, in which I engaged in the worst sort of tourist photography. Here are some images from the Stoney-Baynard ruins in Sea Pines.
Black and white would have been a logical choice for all the photography here, but since the ruins and the surrounding trees all sort of have the same tonal qualities, I thought the black and whites lacked some definition.
Another location on Monticello Road.
There was a fire in this building several years ago and the shell of it has remained. I think a construction company is using the space to stage up machinery and materials for a road widening project.
I made it to the end of the month! So here’s a selection of photos I shot the very first day I started the challenge. I’ll have lots of new images to post when I get back from my mini-vacation.