Things I’ve Seen: Kiawah Island, SC



“Where we love is home – home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.”

~Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.





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“Home is where the heart is.” ~ Pliny the Elder




Categories: Birds, Black and White, Flowers, Plants and Trees, Landscapes, Nature, Photography, Things I've Seen..., Travel, WaterTags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,


  1. Wonderful photography Jane. Twilight sky and morning fog and pine are amazing and breathtaking ! All the photos are really beautiful 🙂


  2. Beautiful pictures dear Jane


  3. I was captured by the Horseshoe crab … I have ever heard about this animal before … So thanks to you (and google ) , I discovered a for me new species 😉 … // Maria 🙂


  4. Sea foam and Evening Tide Line are gorgeous.


  5. still LOVE the beach chairs….an entire movie can be written around them…Hmmmmmm!
    All are incredible pieces of art….you have a FINE eye!!


  6. Ahhhh what a beautiful place Kiawah is and you have a great eye to document it all

    Thank you

    Xoxo Helen

    Sent from my iPhone


  7. Beautiful imagery! I would love to visit SC someday.


  8. Great pictures of a beautiful area! We found a big and complete horseshoe crab shell (legs included) while walking on a beach in Delaware. I’ve never seen one on the West coast, so it was a nice surprise. I didn’t know there were sand dollars on the East coast though, so I’ll have to pay better attention next time.


  9. That horseshoe crab photo is soooo cool! I’d love to see one of those creatures for real.


  10. Lovely reminders of all things beautiful in our little island paradise 🙂 Boardwalk and Trees is my fav.


  11. Under which rock did I live so far that I haven’t heard of a horseshoe crab yet? I would like to see that live! Beautiful nature creations Jane 🙂


    • Hi Anja, Oh, they are cool creatures. Quite prehistoric looking — their origin is 450 million years old, so now they are considered living fossils. The only other little fact I know is that their blood is blue. I’m glad you enjoyed this series of island nature. Thank you!


  12. As I started to scroll through your KI series, I thought about the many sand dollars we used to find on the beach there, and voila a sand dollar! Thanks for bringing me back, Jane.


  13. Pliny the younger sometimes says some interesting things also. Pliny the younger.


  14. WOW! Especially love the twilight sky.


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