Bulls Island, South Carolina


I returned late Sunday evening from three days on Bulls Island, which is in the Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina. Bulls Island is an uninhabited barrier island with a beach known as the Boneyard. The Boneyard gets its name from the hundreds of dead trees on the beach that have died from the Atlantic’s seawater that has eroded the island. Bulls Island is an amazing place to visit and photograph. There is much more to see and experience while on the island, including ponds, marshes, wetlands, forest, and a large variety of wildlife.

I only had time to review a few images from my stay on the island, and the above image quickly caught my attention because of the sky and rising sun in the background. The image was taken with a Nikon D810, 24-70 lens at 29mm, f/16, 6.0 sec. and ISO 50.

I will be reviewing and processing more images over the next several days and posting them to my blog.

About Stephen L Tabone

Retired Executive Consultant and Nature Photographer
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3 Responses to Bulls Island, South Carolina

  1. Pam says:

    Beautiful photograph – it has such a dreamy feel.

  2. Ernie Sears says:

    It was a great trip! The Low Country of South Carolina offers so many nature and historical sites, I can never get tired of going there. Great image – looking forward to seeing more of what you shot while we were there.

  3. Ken Snover says:

    Great shot – Always enjoy your pictures and narratives.

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