An African fish eagle in flight at Chobe National Park in Chobe, Botswana, by Heskeith Myler. John McLoughlin
Francie Thomas took this photo of a stormy ocean in the Myrtle Beach area.
Tracy Stout took this photo in February. “In Emmens Preserve at Doolittle Lake, the sun was peeking out of the clouds and it lit the fountains up,” she said.
A telescope on Mauna Kea with the moon in the background by Bruce Burton of Myrtle Beach.
Vincent G. Hill originally of Bidwell, Ohio, sent in this photo of snow piled up on a porch. “This will teach me not to go home for a week in February!” he said.
Charles Peber took this picture of a pair of hooded mersangers at a pond in Barefoot Landing. He says they were there for about two weeks.
Tom Barber took this photo of a sunset from the Pines of St. James in the Burgess community.
Andrea Gigliotti Gaik sent in this photo of a sunset near Cherry Grove beach.
Kristin Pisano took this photo during a sunny winter day at the beach.
Kim Derr was enjoying a long walk on the beach with her husband when they came upon several horseshoe crabs washed up on shore in December.
Phyllis Gula took this photo at Brookgreen Gardens in February. “This bird doesn’t look too happy about the cold weather this month!” she said.
Lydia Gardisch took this photo from the 15th floor of the Bayview Resort looking north toward North Myrtle Beach.
Patricia Jabonaski took this photo of the clamming and oyster beds in Murrells Inlet.
Larry Vereen took this photo of a male cardinal on one of his sunflower seed feeders just after a freezing rain in February in Horry County.
“This fellow was all hunkered down during a recent cold snap,” said Bruce Bowden. “I thought he was a great blue heron but my daughter tells me he’s a black crowned night heron.”
Vincent and Dianne Gaffney sent in this photo of their dog Abby excited for a Phillies game.
“Why can’t Murrells Inlet celebrate Mardi Gras, too?” Nancy Wright asks. She took this picture during the Mardi Gras parade in Mobile, Ala.
The tail end of a great snowstorm that hit the Ohio Valley was at Garden City Beach in early March, says Vincent G. Hill.
Donna Stahler took this photo in North Myrtle Beach as the temperature took a severe plunge.
Lee Norberg took this picture of bird footprints at the North Myrtle Beach 21st Avenue beach access. Picasa
Snow-birding Bernese Maci is popular among the winter visitors at Myrtle Beach State Park; she lives the rest of the year in upstate New York. Here she is taking a breather during an energetic play date with two friends, says Henry Hess.
Dan Kavanagh of Myrtle Beach took a photo of Molly, wearing green as she waits for the big day.
Carolyn Allen and Betty Wirstrom visiting from Ohio are enjoying the Carolina sunshine on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Jane Zielger of Longs snapped the photo.
Diane Traver took this photo of the full moon over the ocean shot through the dunes at Lands End on the eve of Daylight Savings Time.
Vincent Hill took this early morning picture of Garden City Beach.
Manny Berdayes Jr. took this shot of the boulevard in Myrtle Beach.
Jackie Masters took this photo of a single swan swimming during sunset in the Lakes in Surfside Beach.
Nancy Ruda took this picture in early March around Sixth Avenue South just at sunrise in Myrtle Beach.
Cathy Furegno sent in this photo of two siblings showing each other some love.
Melissa O’Neal took this photo from the SkyWheel looking north.