Category: Pictures


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Harris Neck Wildlife Refuge in Georgia. We were not allowed to get close to the mating Woodstorks but found plenty to see.

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Morning Rush

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Cat Stevens sang “Morning Has broken, like the first morning…” The beauty of he sun rising over Beaufort has to be the most beautiful sunrise I have ever seen here in the Lowcountry. The birds went quiet. All we could do is take it in.

A Day on the Water

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A day on the water with my friends of Lowcountry Unfiltered.

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Recently  I had the priviledge of spending a few days in Charleston and kayaking down the Savannah River for 13 miles.  I want to share some pictures with you that reveal the Story of Redemption that began in Genesis remains the same today and will continue tomorrow. 

“Let the children come to me and do not hinder them”   –  Jesus

“In the beginning, God created…”

“Broad is the way that leads to destruction. ”  Jesus

“All we like sheep have gone astray.”  –  The prophet, Isaiah

“At the right time Christ died for the ungodly.”  X Pharisee Paul to the Romans.

“I have the keys of Death and Hades”  Jesus to the Apostle John

“Behold, I stand at the door and knock.  If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to hiim and eat with him, and he with me.”   Jesus, the true promisekeeper

“Of how much more value are you than the birds!”       Jesus to the thousands who clammored to hear him.”

“But when you give a feast, invite the poor…”  Jesus to the disciples

“Come to me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest.”  Jesus to those who are seeking peace in a beautiful but fallen world.

“Choose you this day whom you will serve…but as for me and my house we will serve the Lord.”  Joshua, the faithful

INCREDIBLE

While paddling down the Savannah River on a 13 mile trip we ran into an incredible site.  Under the I95 bridge where the water turns from brackish to fresh water, 3 dolphins were jumping clean out of the water playing and feeding on the fish.

It was quite a site.  We were priviledged to be at the right place at the right time.  It happened very quickly.  The place surprised us and their continued frolic was simply amazing. 

Along this trip we not only got to see this unique event but we also saw Gators and I do mean GATORS.  Another quick and impressive view was one of the biggest bald eagles I have ever seen fly over us.  It was so fast we had no time to even pick up the camera.  We estimate his wing span to be somewhere around 6 to 7 feet.  Quite impressive. 

It got hot.  By the time we hit the rice patties outside of Savannah the heat index was nearly 105 and rising.  Fortunately we hit the tides right. 

Oh yea, I forgot.  We happened upon a wealth of Indian pottery along the bank of the Savannah along one of the old plantation areas.  We were only there for minutes (fearful we would miss the tide) but walked away with numerous pieces of clearly marked indian pottery. 

It was an INCREDIBLE day on the water.  Catch our fun by clicking the link on the front page of this blog entitled Lowcountry Unfiltered.

Wood Stork takes Flight

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