Inland Port Greer

I had the opportunity to capture some splendid scenery earlier this afternoon. I visited the Inland Port Greer to take photos of the the trains and watch as shipping containers were stacked. This is only a 15 minute drive from where I live approximately.

© James Andrew Aston III, 2019

About Greer Inland Port:

“Opened November 2013, the South Carolina Inland Port in Greer, SC extended the reach of the port more than 200 miles into the state's interior. Connected to the Port of Charleston via overnight rail offered by the Norfolk Southern, the inland port handles containerized goods to and from the fastest-growing part of the Southeast - the I-85 corridor.“ -Wikipedia

“Has anyone seen a red Nikon Coolpix camera?”

My dearest fraternity brother, J-Babe (twitter: @jasonaul) has been searching for over a decade.

not really sure if this is the precise model so use some imagination

not really sure if this is the precise model so use some imagination

Perhaps his detective skills would have had some actual results if he were able to pronounce Nikon correctly to the inebriated guests attending the festivities at the French embassy in 2008? Here is a refresher . . . Air Nippon Airways, Nissan, and Nikon are all derived from “Nippon” which is one way to read the 日本, which means Japan. 

 

  • That’s right! Nihon , where adding the suffix -go (Nihongo) means Japanese ( the language). Did someone just mention Nihongo Gamer? Yes! I did.

 

  • Here is the correct pronciation of the world’s oldest camera company still in operation today.

Key takeaway - - - Respect the “Nikon” by pronouncing it correctly. (Or don’t)