Yeah it’s been too long since my last post, when things pick up they seem to come fast and furious. Besides the business of the autumn season being thrust upon all of us who are so fortunate to enjoy the change Mother Nature will bring whether we are ready or not, since my last post I managed to enjoy a wonderful week in South Carolina with my lovely young bride. For those who have read me refer to my wife as such before will know it’s actually a honeymoon in the 5th year but I will always enjoy making such references.

Besides the relaxful time living on the beach for a week we managed to keep ourselves quite busy as well. A couple of boat excursions one being a private 3 hour ride with a local Captain that took us winding around the low country rivers for over 40 miles in the historic seaport of the Georgetown area learning much about the history and seeing many wonderful old rice plantations and another that took us out to a peninsula stretching into the Atlantic where during the late afternoon hours we all were greeted with a wonderful sunset heading back in to the marina. I felt very fortunate being seated on the side of the setting sun while heading in and even more so when right after sunset we approached this sail boat providing a very tranquil view and a great way to end our days journey.

Many images were captured so there are many to go through and keep working on, I’m going to keep this post short and hopefully sweet for now but I do plan on getting back to much more regular posts in the near future. Besides images of the South Carolina low country I’m gearing up for a 3-4 day trip to the areas around the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri on the 14th which is tomorrow (oh my) to fill up more memory cards this time hopefully with autumn colors of the beautiful lakes including Harry S. Truman Reservoir.

For now I will wish you all happy sailing and hope you get to enjoy this wonderful time of the year.

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© Brad Mangas

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