Driftwood, Bull Island SC

In 2011 , the Big Guy and I made a day trip to Bull Island in Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. I admired Boneyard Beach, picked up exotic-to-me shells – conchs, I think – and vowed to return.

As this goes to press, I’m finally on Bull Island again and have been since Friday – which is still tomorrow for me as I type this. Such is the strangeness of scheduled posts.

Anyway, for those of you who aren’t with me, enjoying Boneyard Beach at sunrise or dodging alligators, here are some shots to encourage you to, you know, go.

Driftwood on sandy beach with reflection


Driftwood on sandy beach.


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6 Responses to Driftwood, Bull Island SC

  1. Alison says:

    VERY nice photos – I especially like the first one – the second one does remind me a little too much of a Boneyard. Good for you for getting places!

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Alison – Just back from a wonderful few days – everything is in the wash to get the smell of the beach off them! More photos to follow. It’s a wonderful place.

  2. Through your photos I AM THERE! Thanks. A little vacation for me up here in COLD and windy Ottawa.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – Sorry it’s cold. We had a beautiful day on Saturday (photos to follow . . ) but it was rainy and windy and cold (in context) today.

  3. Judith says:

    Very fine lines!

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Judith – Thanks! We had professional photographers on this trip and I’m hoping to see what they were able to do with this place.

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