Tiles near the old city market
Charleston is an old city, so there are a lot of cobblestone alleys
Cooling off in the public fountains
A man, made of hats
The USS Yorktown is across the river from Charleston. Here, they were loading an A-4 on the deck as a new exhibit.
Charleston as the longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.
Dolphins in the harbor, on the ferry to Ft. Sumter.
Angel Oak, near Charleston, purported to be the oldest live oak east of the Mississippi.
Some of Angel Oak's branches are too big to support themselves.
Middleton Place, just up the river from Charleston.
The type of grinder used for making corn meal.
Yes, I had shrimp and grits basically every day.
You don't need a macro lens when the grasshopper is the size of your hand