The morning after my South Carolina Photography Workshop, I hopped in the rental car at 6:00 am and drove back to Hunting Island Beach to do some more shooting on my own. I had slept a bit too long and was afraid I was going to arrive late for the good pre-dawn light, but it was a moot concern; a thick fog had moved in overnight and was blanketing the island with a dull, even light.
Shooting the sky was no longer an option so I turned my gaze downward to the trees that littered the beach. I found an interesting grouping of stumps, attached my polarizing filter (to enable longer shutter speeds), and set my tripod into the wet sand.
I spent the morning walking up and down the beach looking for interesting subjects.
It really was a surreal landscape.
That wraps up my series of posts about the SC workshop. Hope you enjoyed it!