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Charleston Again

I have shared my visits to Charleston, SC with you many times.  Last week, Mr. D and I visited Charleston and I really did not plan to share our visit with you.  However, before I knew what was happening I was taking pictures.  After looking at them, I realized I had to share a few of them with you.

This is a view of the Charles Ravenel Bridge from Charleston Harbor.  The bridge connects Charleston to Mt. Pleasant.

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This picture is of the beautiful live oak trees in White Point Garden near the battery in downtown Charleston.

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This picture is of Charleston Harbor and the weather was wonderful.  I did not realize how light and fluffy the clouds were until I saw this picture.

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There are so many planters with beautiful flowers all over the city.  I especially liked the colorful combination in these boxes and think they look great with the black and white background.

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Below is the pineapple fountain and the waterfront park.  Kids enjoy playing in the fountain in the summer time.

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This is a picture of Fort Sumter from the harbor.

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Below is a picture of St. Michaels in downtown Charleston.  This is where the ladies of the area sell their sweetgrass baskets.

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A home near the famous battery.

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There is so much pretty iron work in Charleston and I loved this gate.

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Charleston is such a beautiful city and the people there are so warm and friendly.  It is definitely one place that Mr. D and I certainly enjoy visiting.  I hope you enjoyed the visit and I was able to capture some of the places that make Charleston so special.  Thanks for stopping by.

5 responses »

  1. Thank you! Always share your visits………..those of us who would love to get there more often really enjoy seeing your delightful photographs.

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  2. I’m so glad you took and shared pictures. I have always wanted to go there. So much history that has personally touched my family. One day, MKL and I will make it…love to you, SSS.

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