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

Applied for an apartment

Today (technically yesterday as of writing this) I found a pretty awesome apartment. I filled out all the applications and deposits. The real deal! This should actually improve things from a photography workflow perspective on things. I’ll be in a generally more centralized location that can diversify my photography locations. Also editing workflow should be optimized with my new work setup.

Jeep outside of apartment . . . Blah blah

Jeep outside of apartment . . . Blah blah

Here is a picture of a Jeep I photographed outside the place for unspecific reasons.  And yes, I know it is a terrible photograph.