This photo, taken in the Lowcountry but outside of Charleston County, arrives just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Where is it?
Virginia storyteller Chetter Galloway thrilled audiences at last year’s Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival in downtown Charleston. The event returns March 13-14.
We got several responses about what was missing in last week’s mystery photo by Chuck Boyd of Hanahan. Missing? The Sergeant Jasper apartment building, of course, several wrote.
Last week’s freezing weather created a lot of icy still life images in area ditches and streams.
Hanahan photographer Chuck Boyd offers this retouched picture, which might make you scratch your head a bit. Could something be missing?
Nobody guessed the location of the green humanoid figure — err, Gumby — painted on the side of a building somewhere in Charleston. Want to try again? First to guess it wins a pair of passes to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.
Thursday night’s sunset was simply spectacular with rich, deep pinks and oranges. It looked as if the sky were on fire.
You probably recognize this 1950s-era “green clay humanoid character” that is painted on the side of a building somewhere in downtown Charleston. But where?
So here’s a different kind of mystery photo — where do you think this image was taken locally.
Many people don’t think of the beauty of a coastal marsh in the summer, but you can find lots of neat stuff outside during a time of year when bugs are not a major factor. This shot highlights old cattails at Caw Caw Interpretive Center near Ravenel. Also good for this time of years — lots of migratory birds, including […]