a few weeks ago eddie & i took an afternoon to swing by sullivan’s and take a stroll on the beach.
living in charleston means you’re close to many beaches (folly, edisto, IOP, kiawah, sullivan’s, botany bay, etc). sullivans is one i don’t visit often enough but it always seems to brings a smile to my face. there are delicious places to eat, a beautiful view of our suspension bridge & the port, sail boats and dogs running up and down the beach chasing balls, and on most days it can be quieter than other beaches.
salt water is the cure for everything.
it was a saying i knew well growing up – and it still stands true today.
whether it’s heading out to soak up some rays at the beach, strap on my tennis shoes and building up a sweat, or soaking my body in some epson salts to relax and rejuvenate – it just cures.
and this day was healing.
i found myself staring at the sails blowing through the current, the bleeding blue horizon where sky meets water, the complete and utter joyful sound of waves crashing onto the beach, the softness of the sand collecting between my toes.
it was nice to just be and not worry about being somewhere.
i need more quiet moments like this one.
psst…one of my friends was looking through these pictures and said “amy, the ones of the water up-close, the sail boats look like shark fins”. why yes, yes they do. attack of the sail sharks hit sullivan’s!
location | sullivan’s beach, charleston sc
a love photography
psstt…i’ll be starting a new charleston series that will be going up on the top header of the blog.
some of my favorite places to go, things to do, and food to chow down on – especially that i’m a local born and raised – i’m basically a unicorn around these parts! // so be on the look-out for something new!