Categories: Destinations, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Tags: landscape, people
I grew up in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, so I was used to hiking trails, enormous state parks, and plenty of nature. Since I moved to the coast in late 2001 I have greatly missed the outdoors, hiking, camping, and scenes like the one above. I was surprised when I wandered into Myrtle Beach State Park and found a couple of hiking trails about two miles long altogether. I hiked the trails into a lush maritime forest, walked out onto the fishing pier, up and down the beach, and then found a few other sites around the campground. Here are some of my best photos from the day.
You can view more photos of Myrtle Beach State Park in my gallery here – http://jasonbarnette.photoshelter.com/gallery/Myrtle-Beach-State-Park/G0000_MI7mBstIlI/C0000rlAXEesCLQI
About Jason Barnette
Jason Barnette is an internationally published travel photographer based in Myrtle Beach, SC. From here, Jason explores the Southeastern United States shooting photos of the travel industry, tourism, and beautiful landscapes. His photos focus on telling the story of a destination from beginning to end throughout all four seasons, highlighting landscapes, people, food, lodging, and entertainment. Through this blog, Jason publishes his best photos from specific assignments, travel destinations, parks, and projects.