Picture of the Day: Azaleas and Amazon

This is our first spring in the South. It is beautiful.

The azaleas are blooming, the whatevers with the big white flowers are are pushing and shoving their way to the sunlight. The temperature is in the low 60’s and the humidity is in the mid-40s. The sun is bright. You couldn’t ask for better weather for running, tennis, biking, walking, and so on 0- which is what we do here a LOT.

And for those of you who think we’re just not “with it” - Amazon’s new owned-and-operated delivery service has found Hilton Head.

“A picture's worth a thousand words.”

          I’m not much for landscapes or architecture. I like street photography, introduced to me by Peter Turnley, a world class journalist and fine art photographer. 

     One reason I love recording images is that I can tell you a thousand words about every picture.  Each shot is a bookmark of an experience.

     Photography makes me want to go places, do and see things, and most importantly, meet people. I’ll get a better picture if I have a relationship, momentary or lifelong, with the person I’m photographing, even if it’s just the street where they live, and where I may have loitered for an hour or two. 

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