These seem to be getting harder each month! Maybe it's because it's 1,000 degrees outside and strolling around town at lunchtime everyday has become a stinky, sweaty, excursion. I still enjoy my photo-hunting time each day, dripping with sweat or not! Here's what I came up with for June:
Tree Branches ~ The Angel Oak
Such an amazing work of nature! Huge doesn't even describe how big this tree is. At over 1,500 years old this beauty is said to the be oldest thing east of the Rockies. The City of Charleston protects the Angel Oak and anyone can visit for free but this tree is not for climbing, there's a nasty fine if you get caught trying.
View Right Outside Your Door
You can pretty much always find a bad dog who's stolen my flip flop. He doesn't chew shoes up but he sure loves to steal them!
Thank goodness for baby toys! I didn't come across any elephants while I was out and about this month :)
I didn't know what these were when I snapped this pic. Later I discovered (thanks to a lot of googling) that they are Guinea Hens.
I think everyone had one of these!
A whole drawer full!
Rusty old bicycle tire
Starts with a Z
Zipper bows on my shoes.
I discovered that I have no idea how to take a picture at night! The moon was really red on this particular night and out of probably 50 shots this was the best one. Must get more practice with night photography!
I couldn't pick just one for this one. Both are from the same house. This house fascinates me, it's huge and has the potential to be stunning but instead it's literally falling apart - not something you see a lot of in it's prime location on the Battery in Charleston.
Something With Your Town's Name
Carolopolis Award - these are awarded to buildings that have gone to great lengths to preserve and restore the architectural history of the site.
Shredded Parmesan on Rotini
That's all for this month, don't forget to head over to Postcards from the PP to see what Kathy and the others came up with for this month's list!