Played with water color this afternoon....sometime between Bingo and s'mores over an open fire. My walk on the beach was brief n breezy....just me n the seagulls. Met a new friend who has ridden a Segway n survived. Noted.
Hi, hello! This is your friendly neighborhood photographer introducing herself. But first, let’s just take a moment and imagine that all the snow outside is actually the beach. 🙌🏻 Don’t get me wrong, I love all this gorgeous snow, but I’m so tired of being cold. Just ready for some sunshine!
Back to the intro, I’m getting personal on my blog today. Head over to the link in my bio to learn 5 facts about yours truly. Hint: there may or may not be chickens and Charleston involved. 🤷🏻♀️ Favorite photos ever thanks to @canadunlap
Tormenta FC is excited to announce that Clemson University, Georgia Southern University, University of South Carolina, Francis Marion University, Lander University, College of Charleston, Mercer University, Georgia State University, Georgia Gwinnett College, Savannah College of Art and Design, Winthrop University, Clayton State University, and Wofford University have committed to attend our Boys ID Camp February 25th! Watch this space for additional schools attending! To register visit http://sc.affinitysoccer.com/eventmanager/public/event.asp?calid=9401249 #tormentafc#tormentafcyouth#path2pros#savannah#hiltonhead#bluffton#statesboro#hiltonheadisland
Here's 3 Quick Tips for installing and keeping stone surfaces beautiful:
1) Order additional material to prevent shortages on installation, or to help blend material if one or two pieces fall outside of the acceptable range.
2) Dry Lay your stone before installing. This ensures you have a planned out design and pattern, that you have enough material to complete your space, and that each part of the pattern blends so that no one piece looks out of place.
3) Seal all natural stone surfaces upon installation, according to the manufacturers guidelines. A penetrating sealer will help your stone surfaces last a lifetime!
Pictured is the Juliana mosaic from New Ravenna @newravenna