Category Archives: Photography

Silent Sunday

A Camelia Tree of many colors at Mepkin Abbey, Moncks Corner, South Carolina.

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Thursday Doors

This handsome Thursday gate is from Brookgreen Gardens. The two Great Danes above were designed by Anna Hyatt Huntington in 1929 and carved from granite by Robert Bailie. It is a beautiful, massive piece, and as you can see from the … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Wood carvings depicting the Flight from Egypt and the Crucifixion were done by David Drake using fallen live oaks from Hurricane Hugo in 1989. These beautiful sculptures are located at Mepkin Abbey, Moncks Corner, South Carolina.

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Congregation

We have really enjoyed seeing the majestic Snowy White Egrets in the marsh areas. A friend told us about a congregation of them that roost nearby, and if you get there at dusk, you can watch them fly in. We drove … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday

While visiting South Carolina, I’ve stopped at several antique stores. In one, I found this Brownie Kodak Hawkeye Flash Model camera. It made me smile. My Grandmother had one, and it was the first camera I ever used. From visiting sites on the … Continue reading

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Road Trip

Last week, we went on a road trip with NH friends who have been wintering in SC for over ten years. Let me tell you – they know all the good spots. 🙂 So, off we went  to McClellanville, SC, about 43 … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Welcome to Conway, SC, whose history traces back to the 1670’s when the British settled the area around Charleston. The city’s name has changed throughout the years, but the history remains rich. Many residents fought in the American Revolutionary War, … Continue reading

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