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Earlier this year I went on a trip to Charleston, South Carolina. I was mainly in the historic district area.
The photos I added to this blog is just a small portion of the places I passed by and visited in Charleston. Everywhere I went was walking distance to the hotel I stayed at, which made it very convenient to not have to uber/lyft/taxi to places.
I really loved all the architecture everywhere. There was so much history, it was a lot to take in, plus lots of photo taking.
It was January time so the trees either had no leaves or various colors of leaves, which makes it great as being in South Florida, I either see green, brown or nothing at all.
On the way to Battery Park
Pineapple Fountain at Waterfront Park
There were quite a lot of people around the fountain but I was able to get clean photos of it.
I thought this door with the doorstep was just so cute. I love the brick wall.
Rainbow Row is definitely a place to see when you read about Charleston, South Carolina.
I was lucky enough to be able to take photos with just one car in front of the buildings. The street wasn’t busy either with cars driving by so it made it that much better and safer.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
This looks like a scene right out of the movie The Notebook. There are parts of the movie filmed in South Carolina but unfortunately I didn’t note them down before visiting, maybe next time.
I just love seeing reflections of nature in the water.
Here is what fall looks like in South Florida. It’s not much but it’s all we got.