A trip to Tybee Island is, for the beaches alone, entirely worth it. Throw in a day trip to Fort Pulaski, fried shrimp and live music at Gerald's Pig and Shrimp (where you can also find Southbound IPA on tap), delicious pizza at strange, dive-y Huca Poos, and late night swims on the north end of the island - and you've found yourself a family vacation.
Our house was on the north part of the island, near the lighthouse and some fairly empty shores. We took a drive down to the umbrellas, ice cream, and crowds of the southern tip a few times but my favorite water moments were spent on the abandoned north beach with my niece Stella and nephew Jack, playing shipwreck and keeping an eye out for dolphins.
These photos are from my first Pentax K1000 roll, which I love so far. I also played around with my new Polaroid camera from Allison during the trip using the Impossible Project film - one photo turned out well while the rest are a little, well, ghost-like. I still have four shots left, any Polaroid 600 series advice?
Hope you had a great weekend! My last two days have been spent with this little guy.