Island, SC - Page 2
2007 Jo O'Keefe All Rights Reserved
26 - March 29, 2007
web page is dedicated to visitors from around the US, Canada, Nova Scotia &
the SC Aquarium who unloaded & reloaded my collection gear daily during both
visits while I had fractures. It also is dedicated to Dan Carter, Executive Director
of the Chamber of Commerce, for his guidance regarding sites to photograph, to
Piggly Wiggly staff who saved me steps, to firemen & a gentleman who unloaded
& then reloaded my car with heavy buckets of ocean water & animals, &
to the staff of Atwood Vacations, especially Courtney Druell.
first charming site on Hwy. 174, on the way to Edisto Island
Oak Canopy Trees with Spanish Moss on Botany Bay Road
serenity on Botany Bay Road
A.M.E. Church on Botany Bay Road
The "Mystery Tree" in the marsh at the junction
of Hwy. 174 & Botany Bay Road.
Bottle Brush Bush at a home next to the Beach Access parking
lot at Ebb Tide Street
houses built to comply with setback requirments
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taken on the South Edisto River end of Edisto Island where I found the most marine
than being photos of a very plump pelican, these are photos of two pelicans sharing
taken from a condo overlooking the Edisto Marina
at the marina
opposite sunset, the sky over the marina mellowed with the colors cast skyward
by the setting sun.
bridge across the North Edisto River
fisherman patiently waiting for a bite
not on Edisto Island, this abandoned building not far away on Hwy. 17 is a vestige
of the past. A table and chairs are still visible through the window along with
a sign outside with the word "Colonial" at the top.