March was a challenging month, in that everywhere I was, it was relentlessly windy. Every day. That's the way it goes, I guess.
In the middle of the month, I drove to Charleston to drop off several pieces that Ella Richardson Fine Art had sold, and while I was there, I decided to check out a nearby island which has been slipping away into the sea. It's really an incredible sight, as you emerge from the tranquil woods, into this beach that is just littered with trees–live oaks, pines, and palm trees, all of which have been tackled by the unforgiving ocean.
Photographing this area proved to be quite a challenge, as trees are strewn about everywhere, and finding a pleasing composition never came easy. To top it off, the wind was whipping up the beach all day.
I was forced to wade across waist-deep lagoons to access a few areas, which got a bit hairy, because of the incoming tide, but luckily I wasn't stranded.
Enjoy the photographs, and the behind the scenes views of this vanishing landscape...