I took my trusty iPhone for a walk on the Ravenel Bridge between Charleston and Mt. Pleasant yesterday. While I worked on burning some calories, I kept myself motivated with some photos along the 4+ miles I traversed. These were edited in Lightroom, with a variety of different presets and filters just for fun.
It’s now been one week since my latest adventure with photographer Alistair Nicol of Coastal Insight, and the dozens of mosquito bites I endured that evening have finally disappeared. In hindsight, I should have packed better and included insect repellent in my kit, but this was a rather impromptu meet up, and I failed to bring a variety of items, including my filters. Lesson learned, and I now have a list of “Alistair” items that I will check off the […]
When many people think of Charleston, South Carolina, visions of brightly colored traditional row houses come to mind, as well as scenic beaches and palmetto trees. One of my favorite places there, however, is more modern: the Arthur Ravenel Jr., Bridge that spans the Cooper River and connects Charleston to Mt. Pleasant. Walking across the bridge, finished in 2005, makes for a great work-out, especially after partaking in the area’s famous cuisine (as well as my mother’s excellent cooking!). I […]
New Year’s Eve in South Carolina means one thing: fireworks, and lots of them. So, Cam, Jacob and I took an evening walk on the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge that crosses over the Cooper River, which divides Mount Pleasant from Charleston. It’s an impressive bridge, finished in 2005, and is the longest cable span bridge in North America. Unlike the earlier version of this bridge that was uncomfortably narrow and scary to drive (two 10-foot lanes without shoulders) and 76 […]