Friday, March 23, 2012

i could continue singing charleston's praises

but it's time
i think
to fly
home

18 comments:

Malyss said...

Not much room for luggage, and a bit fresh kind of travel... :o)
I like the first Photo, very beautyful to kiss good bye!

Sharon said...

I'm kind of hoping that you flew home in something a little more sturdy.

Lowell said...

Very cute and I think you were Wright!

Sharon Creech said...

Love the Charleston pics, but also eager to see what B-boro looks like now!

Butch said...

I like the fact that we have the Wright Bros. Bicycle Shop here as well as their grass flying field at Wright Patterson AFB and the Wright B Flyer that flies over our house all the time. Sad that one of them crashed last year while going to an event, killing both pilots. Both had many hours of working on and flying the planes.

Virginia said...

Oh you're so clever. Love these!
V

Cezar and Léia said...

I love your creative idea, this sequence is outstanding!
The first picture is so beautiful, thanks so much for this poetry!

Léia

Bibi said...

Gee, the first aviators were brave....

cieldequimper said...

Did you enjoy the ride? :-)

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Your photos are lovely, and I am glad to see that you have captured much of what we love about the South through your lens. I am also glad to know that you got to enjoy the bounty of Southern cuisine as well!

Bises,
Genie

Library Jewel said...

What a lovely sequence! I'm glad you're back home.

Jack said...

It is a clever and -- dare I say it? -- poetic sequence. Glad you enjoyed your vacation.

AGMPRISMA said...

I come from Randy,s blog, and your,s its funny and have a lot of variety photos.
Well done.

Birdman said...

You've got us thinking about heading to this city.

JM said...

The top composition is fantastic and I love how you've played with distance on the other three.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You have done Charleston proud Brattcat, given us an excellent glimpse. Not sure if I would travel this way home though haha!

Doug Hickok said...

There is no place like home! But I'll miss your singing.

Jilly said...

I've so loved looking back over your Charleston posts. Charleston and Savannah are two places I'd love to visit. Beautiful photography - not to mention the words, as per usual.