I made a trip down south of Charleston, SC, this past weekend with my friend Arthur Yo to Botany Bay Plantation. This place has a unique beach that is setup nicely for some dramatic shots. As you can see here, the rising tide has not yet disturbed this area of water, which made for a great reflection scene against the backdrop of a colorful horizon. However, to get a scene like this, you got to be in a rush and out of breath. The entrance gates open 30 minutes before sunrise and after a little driving to park the car, you got a 1/2 mile run to the beach. Than another quarter-mile run to what I consider the best part of the beach. You are going to miss a big portion of the twilight hour in the morning but there's not much you can do without breaking some rules on the grounds. Suggestion for the park would be to open the gate an hour before sunrise. Anyway, I enjoyed shooting here and plan to go back later this Spring.