March 6 & 7, 2007

Photos from Edisto Beach, SC Copyright 2007 Jo O'Keefe All Rights Reserved

On Tuesday I only found amphipods, a couple of isopods and a sand dollar. On Wednesday I found one live knobbed whelk and the skull of a Double-crested Cormorant for the local Interpretative Center. Late Tuesday I decided to relax on Wednesday, to check out a different part of the beach, and to photograph sunset. Because the Edisto Beach State Park portion of the beach where I walked faces Charleston, I photographed planes and their vapor trails for my son Bruce. I accidentally photographed the sky. That photo is the background of this page.

This says it all for a day of relaxation surrounded by Nature's beauty and gifts at all levels.
I fell in love with this Laughing Gull. We hung out together for quite some time. His legs were beautiful!
Two other gulls. The one on the right is a Ring-billed Gull.
Probably a Ruddy Turnstone
A content man
The Edisto Beach State Park portion of Edisto Island
The Knobbed Whelk structure on the far north or east end of the island near Jeremy Inlet

Vapor Trails -- The last one is at sundown

Photos of sunset and sundown
Sand dollar -- top, bottom and close-up shot of tube feet
Slipper shell on a piece of a horseshoe crab shell
Live Knobbed Whelk that I will take to the local Interpretive Center this morning
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