|Palmettos, Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina just after sunset|
"Yes, we would", I said. "If we lived here a while, we would stop looking at the sunset." And", I continued thoughtfully, "the palmettos. I love seeing them. They are nothing like what grows where we live in upstate New York".
|Charleston skyline under Ravenel Bridge|
"Every night, after returning from work, I would look out again at the bridge.", he continued.
It is sad how we learn to take things we see every day for granted. People were walking in the park, and for all I know that bridge wasn't even registering on their consciousness. It was part of their everyday scenery, just as Johnson City, New York is part of ours.
But travel 850 miles to see something, and you will take picture after picture of it.
Are you like that, too?