Negative Ions in Fall
Earlier this summer research was done to find out more about how these ions spin their soothing sensations to calm and relax us. Click here to read about it if you are so inclined. The above shot is believed to be a Louisiana heron.
Recently a whirlwind trip found us again on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, again in South Carolina but this time a little farther south in Hilton Head. The above shot is believed to be a snowy egret.
It was cooler, less crowded and achingly beautiful with the lower angle of light, more so than the usual glaring summertime sun at the water’s edge. The above shot is believed to be of brown pelicans.
Not a family vacation this time, but a meet up with dear friends brought us to this scenic island. The above shot is believed to be of a Zebra butterfly, who sometimes strays from the Caribbean to South Carolina.
While the menfolk golfed daily, my friend Shari and I enjoyed nature exploration. We went to a museum that had a butterfly house of natives, rather than the usual tropicals. There were many, many Gulf fritillaries. Some were people friendly.