All in Ocean
So somewhat naturally, Surfer’s Healing wasn’t exactly on my radar for this week.
Aaaand then my water-sport-loving boyfriend bounced through the door yelling, “Babe! Guess what! I signed you up to photograph Surfer’s Healing!”
Here’s what happened…
I've done a lot of things this year. Weird fish nibbled my toes in Mexico, I swam in a Costa Rican waterfall, and gave myself an epic wedgie jumping into a cenote outside of Playa del Carmen.
These experiences, along with my daily battle with litter in my neighborhood, left me with some thoughts I need to share.
I'm sorry for the serious post, but I hope you'll read it anyway.
Take a moment to say thank you!
Our oyster reefs are a natural breakwater protecting Charleston's shores against storms and erosion, but old oyster shells are an essential part of the growth cycle of young, free-swimming oysters.
Today, we're taking a closer look at what it takes to build a sustainable business, and why oyster shell recycling is so important.
Sign me up! Raw, steamed, fried, or in a shooter, I will do my duty to save our shores.
The other day I was lucky enough to check out Charleston Oyster Farm, and Q&A them about what it means to raise sustainable seafood. Check it out!
Fangirling hard for the planet this week, y'all.
Let's make it a weekend of events for our waterways.
Exhibit opens Friday, October 20 at 6:30. The Halsey is always free and open to the public. See my photos of the installation process here.