South Carolina Vacation: Murrells Inlet Marshwalk
On Friday, February 11th, we explored Georgetown, Pawleys Island and Murrells Inlet Marshwalk — a few places south of Surfside Beach. This blog post is about our visit to Murrells Inlet Marshwalk.
Leaving Pawleys Island we continued north on U.S. 17 and arrived at a Murrells Inlet. Murrells Inlet is known for the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, a 1⁄2-mile-long boardwalk overlooking a salt marsh.
The Marshwalk allowed for the opportunity to photograph pelicans and other birds up close and personal.
I took several photographs of pelicans in flight.
It has been quite some time that I have photographed with my Olympus camera. I have used my iPhone for most photographs the past couple years. I am happy that I was able to recall how to photograph birds in flight!
Many restaurants have been developed along the boardwalk. We arrived at Murrells Inlet at lunchtime. We selected J Peters Grill and Bar, as our lunch destination. Bob ordered a Salmon entree; I ordered the shrimp platter. Both meals were delicious.
4 Responses to “South Carolina Vacation: Murrells Inlet Marshwalk”
Looks like you had a wonderful trip. So beautiful and a delightful getaway from the snow!! Thanks for sharing it with us!!
The pictures of your birds in flight are fabulous!!! And yes, that pirate is checking you out! You can tell by his eyes. Looks like you had perfect weather!
Very nice shots. Thanks for naming birds. Thanks for sharing.
Great trip photos. I love all the birds, especially the pelicans. The sculptures are cool.
Take care, enjoy your day and week ahead.