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.