While I have been mostly focused on writing, I did have some time to take some photographs of winter 2020 in Murrells Inlet South Carolina.
With a looming deadline for the next book, most of my time has been spent at my desk writing, rewriting, and rewriting. In fact, with only two exceptions, all of these photographs were taken from my house. With the salt marsh behind us, the views are consistently beautiful and the wildlife exquisite.
My study encompasses the back of the house facing east, overlooking that very marsh. So I can be sitting at my desk and enjoying this view at the same time. Like the mountains in our previous house, the scenes are constantly changing and the wildlife is intriguing.
Hope you enjoy the images. I look forward to showing you the marsh springing to life as the warmer weather settles over us.
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