Sunday, September 20, 2009

Chalk Up Another Camera to the Nature Gods

We're back from the South Carolina coast. I'm still a bit weak, but getting better. I'll post more later.

As usual, I managed to find some nice nature spots. This huge live oak was located in the Old Charles Towne park near Charleston. A very impressive tree, but of course not the biggest live oak I've ever seen. Still worth noting.

This trip was memorable because I lost both a wrist watch and a digital camera to the ocean. Luckily, both were inexpensive. But still a pain in the ass. Also, I took along a second digital camera. My old reliable Canon Powershot A80 that is still going after all these years.

Nice oak in Old Charles Towne.

4 comments:

dogboy443 said...

Carole needs to put a leash on all of your portable electronics.

HemlockMan said...

I've learned my lesson. From now on all cameras will stay leashed around my neck.

Jack said...

You really need to start practicing "Leave No Trace" I can't stand people who litter our ocean waters with watches and cameras!

HemlockMan said...

You're right, Jack!!

I was actually thinking of that camera lying at the bottom of the river/ocean inlet decaying away.