The Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse, also commonly known as “Charleston Light” holds a unique title in Carolina Lighthouse lore as one of the most modern lighthouses in the country. The unique triangular and slim structure, which is broken up into two black and white color blocks, is hard to miss, and is a distinctive local landmark that hovers over the beach scene.
A striking panorama of the beach, sand, sky, clouds, reflections, and ocean at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Wind surfing over the ocean at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
A gorgeous blue sky with clouds meets the ocean casting reflections at the beach in Isle of Palms
Beach chairs are set up by the pier for visitors to enjoy the ocean and activities for the day at Isle of Palms
Early morning sunrise casts a golden glow on the pier as clouds reflect off the beach water at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
The early morning sun accentuates the colors on this sailboat at Isle of Palms
A couple with their dogs strolls early in the morning on the beach at Isle of Palms
Bright, colorful homes on the beach at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Beach chairs ready for the day at Isle of Palms
The morning sun lights up the dark spots under the pier at Isle of Palms
Sunrise at the pier at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Strolling at sunrise on the beach at Isle of Palms
A dog follows the owner on the beach at sunrise at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Water enthusiasts and a surfer at the beach at Isle of Palms thinking at sunrise about venturing into the ocean
Early risers active at sunrise on the beach at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Sunrise is barely visible over the horizon at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
A lone surfer ventures out into the ocean at dawn in Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Pre-sunrise glow at Isle of Palms, South Carolina
Isle of Palms is a city in South Carolina, on the slender barrier island of the same name. It has seven miles of wide, pristine beaches great for swimming, lounging, fishing, biking and kayaking.
Will be posting images from this area over the next two weeks. Here is an image of the beach awaiting sunrise.