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FEEDBACK:  Don’t look down, lawyer told

FEEDBACK:  Don’t look down, lawyer told

Joe Mendelsohn, Charleston: “On last week’s “Views from the water” photo essay:  I remember climbing up that ladder with my friend, Crayton Walters, leading the way. The pilot boat pulled away and there was nothing, but ocean under me.”

by · 12/04/2017 · Comments are Disabled · Feedback
PHOTO ESSAY:   Bill’s European vacation

PHOTO ESSAY: Bill’s European vacation

Special to Charleston Currents

Australian photojournalist Bill Hawker, who offered pictures of Charleston and London earlier this year, sent along some snaps of a summer project in which he is documenting the beauty of continental Europe for the summer.

You’ll find photos of everything from bikers in the Tour de France in the French Alps to enjoying bikes and canals in Amsterdam and seeing the scenes in Prague.


by · 08/15/2016 · Comments are Disabled · Photo Essay, Photos
FOCUS, photo essay:  Rain, rain go away

FOCUS, photo essay: Rain, rain go away

Photo essay: Dale Poulnot of Charleston wanted to know what Charleston harbor looked like around high tide during Saturday’s deluge of rain. So she stepped outside, walked to the Battery and snapped this photo. “I thought it was scary spectacular!” she told us. “Wasn’t surprised since it was a strong east wind and high tide. Sure made me glad that Hugo came at low tide!” For getting out in the storm and taking a striking photo of something familiar, she’s top winner of our first (and we hope last) Rain Photo Contest. Her prize: A can of beef stew!

by · 10/05/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Focus, Photos
This young woman is a drummer and singer in a band that plays Afro-Cuban music at an art studio in El Callejon de Hamel in Havana.

PHOTOS: The faces of Cuba

Set aside political ideologies and international affairs. Cuba, at its heart, is defined by her people, a mélange of black, brown and white seemingly filled with a joie de vivre captured in quick smiles, infectious rumba and a welcoming spirit.

Here are several photos that show some of the faces of Cuba encountered during a nine-day August trip organized by Magnolia Plantation and Gardens.

by · 08/31/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Photos
A favorite place is the Luxembourg Gardens on the Left Bank.

7.25: Trip to Paris, Photo essay, Giving Day, more

IN THIS EDITION  |  APRIL 28, 2015  |  Number 7.25 BRACK: Trip to Paris enthralls, inspires and enchants IN THE SPOTLIGHT:  Morris Financial Concepts, Inc. GOOD NEWS: Lowcountry Giving Day is May 5, more FEEDBACK: Send your letters CALENDAR: April 28+ — Swedish ship, street party REVIEW:  The Martian PHOTO ESSAY: Monet’s gardens S.C. ENCYCLOPEDIA: Redcliffe COMMENTARY Trip to Paris […]

by · 04/28/2015 · Comments are Disabled · Full issue