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Children along the River Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

PHOTO FOCUS:  Views of jolly old England

Photos by Elizabeth Halberstadt, special to Charleston Currents  |  West Ashley resident Elizabeth Halberstadt spent the last month on an academic trip in England and Scotland.  A couple of them have book themes, which makes sense because she’s studying for a master’s of library science degree.

We thought you’d enjoy these picture postcards of life across the pond that give insights into life in a related, but different part of the world.

by · 07/10/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Photo Essay, Photos
FOCUS:  The photo sleuth

FOCUS: The photo sleuth

By Elizabeth Halberstadt | Sunday, July 19, was a particularly hot and humid summer day in Charleston. I planned to browse in the extra-cold air conditioned Barnes & Noble, but instead found myself drawn to the estate sale signs on the road near the bookstore.

The estate sale was for multiple estates and I found a room with black and white photographs. Old photographs have always piqued my interest. I sat on the floor for an hour, sifting and admiring the images with imprints from studios around the country.

by · 08/10/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Good news
8/10, full issue:  Photo sleuth; forgiveness; more

8/10, full issue: Photo sleuth; forgiveness; more

In the Aug. 10 issue of Charleston Currents, West Ashley educator Elizabeth Halberstadt tells of how she reconnected old family photos with today’s descendants. Publisher Andy Brack offers words on forgiveness and how a new book by Vally Sharpe may be helpful. Calendar, photo, much more…

by · 08/10/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Full issue