Here's a few pictures from around my neighborhood yesterday, come take a January walk with with me:
|On the sidewalk..those Lady Banks are about to break|
|Saucer Magnolias are VERY early...|
|Of course the camellias are out too|
|Daffodils about to break through crazy vines|
And here's a more wintery looking picture, taken on my walk to work a morning last week when it was actually foggy in Charleston. Thats a pretty rare occurrence here, anything resembling fog usually burns up by 5am in the summer, and its usually too breezy in the winter when the correct atmospheric conditions are at hand. It happens less than once a year, I'd say. This little lake down at the corner (an old mill pond back in the day) provided the perfect showcase. The night before I was sitting on my upstairs porch watching it roll in, thick as a blanket.