Court and I hit the road again. This time to the Carolinas for a week.
I brought the M2 and my polaroid land camera with me.
I ended up only exposing one shot from the land camera, as I only had two left to begin with. With Fuji FP prices rising, I wanted to make the last two exposures count.
The first stop was Garden City beach in South Carolina. I took the first few photos of the trip on the last day there.
It was a gloomy evening over the marsh.
I found this old hair shop on the strip.
It was very humid there. I didn't know whether or not I had waited long enough to let the film acclimate to the weather.
After Garden City, we drove south on Ocean Highway and US-17 into Charleston.
We spent 3 days there, walking and sweating. It was so hot, and the humidity made it muggier.
The highlight of the trip for me was the hotel. I felt like Don Draper catching an evening drink after work. We took an evening walk.
The second day, we toured the U.S.S Yorktown. Which I had done before, but still interesting.
The third day was the hottest. We walked all over historic Charleston that day.
We ended the day with a drive to a 400 year old oak tree on John's Island. Close to Brownswood Village. The Angel Oak tree.
The last leg of the trip. North on I-26 to Asheville. This is where I exposed the one Fuji Fp-100c shot. I reclaimed the negative after returning home.
The Biltmore Estate was the main event in Asheville.
The amount of money......
Returning home on I-40 and I-75, we caught the tail end of the Hot Rod Power Tour week. A few hot rods in the mountains.
We stopped in Knoxville for some coffee and a bite. I didn't take any photos there.
I feel like I don't take enough photos when I travel. Maybe I'm too selective and thats and good thing. Or maybe its not because of the shots that could have been.