06 July 2010

Palm trees in the puddles

Concord St., Charleston, S.C.

When I am lazy I snuggle in my corner of my couch and endlessly clear old pictures off my over-used camera cards. This was one taken on a recent rainy day walk.

The brick facade behind the Harris Teeter grocery store on East Bay St. is a familiar sight to everyone in Charleston and I liked the way the palm trees reflected in the puddles.

Stay cool, kids!


Anonymous said...

Digital technology was made for the likes of you.You take amazing photos. Sally

Charlestonjoan said...

Thank you Sally! I am glad I lived in the digital age. I love instant results.

Halcyon said...

Very pretty reflection.

Mary said...
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Mary said...

Comment to your post on July 5th:
I do wish I had pictures of grandparents and aunts/uncles homes, but never did think of taking any when I had the chance. Since starting to scrapbook, I have my camera handy and take more pics than ever before. When cleaning out my dad's home after his passing, I recorded each room. Before anything was disturbed I got shots from all angles. Right now it's too painful to look at them all, but one day I know I'll be glad that they're there.

formerly from Charleston

Chattahoochee Valley Daily said...

I love it when I find a gem that I forgot about waiting in the camera for me. Nice shot.

Charlestonjoan said...

Mary - You are ahead of the game! Wish I had done it.

bfarr - What a perfect way to express it. Thanks!