PHOTO ESSAY: Charleston through an Australian’s eyes

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Bill Hawker, a photojournalist from Sydney, Australia, toured the area last week and offers these snapshots of what he saw in the Charleston area.  Hawker, who has just completed a semester of study at the University of Texas to wrap up a master’s degree in communication, says he’ll send more photos from summer visits to Europe.  You can find his photos here.

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Angel Oak, John’s Island, S.C.

Close-up shot of branch of the Angel Oak, John's Island, S.C.

Close-up shot of branch of the Angel Oak, John’s Island, S.C.

Dome inside the refurbished Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, S.C.

Dome inside the refurbished Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, S.C.

Along the Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Along the Battery, Charleston, S.C.

Scene from Bowen's Island looking toward Folly Beach, S.C.

Scene from Bowen’s Island looking toward Folly Beach, S.C.

Along the Ashley River at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, outside Charleston, S.C.

Along the Ashley River at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, outside Charleston, S.C.

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