This and the subsequent three images were taken my first time around in Charleston, but not posted.
Lonely palm tree. Beaufort.
Prince George Winyah Episcopal Chruch, Beaufort.
Generally what the Francis Marion National Forest looked like from my view on the road. It’s a very, very young forest at only about 27 years of age. I wrote about it in a blog post if you’re curious.
Francis Marion National Forest. Would have made a great spot to camp if that’s what I was aiming for on this day.
Outlet to the Atlantic, I’m thinking. I was on a bridge connecting Sullivan’s Island with mainland South Carolina. Only a few miles from Charleston.
I can’t image where this guy was heading to, but he was definitely in for a long walk.
Fort Moultrie in the background.
Entering the ACE Basin on the dirt road leading to their offices housed in the Grove Plantation House which was built in 1828
The area around the Grove Plantation House was breathtaking. Enormous live oaks all over the place. Impossible to capture it all, even with the widest lens (which I didn’t have anyway).
The Grove Plantation House is across the pond there.
I have a little macro extender for my camera that I never use. Thought I might try it out.
You have a nice view if you’re sitting outside at this cafe in Beaufort. Cute little town.
The Church of the Cross. Bluftton. Construction was finished the summer of 1857.
The Secession Tree. Bluffton.
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