the holy city

Images of downtown as well as West Ashley, Mount Pleasant, James and Johns Islands, Folly Beach, Isle of Palms, etc. Because Charleston is the best city in America!
Submissions are welcome, y'all. FY Charleston!

The Bar at Husk
76 Queen Street

(Source: Flickr / wallyg)

Vickery’s on ShemMount Pleasant, SC 

Vickery’s on Shem
Mount Pleasant, SC 

(Source: Flickr / mhlucero, via intracoastal-wanderings)

The Griffon
18 Vendue Range

(Source: gallivant.com)

Picking BeansJohns Island, SC

Picking Beans
Johns Island, SC

(Source: Wikipedia)

Leaf Cafe15 Beaufain Street

Leaf Cafe
15 Beaufain Street

(Source: facebook.com)

Muscovy duck at MagnoliaWest Ashley, SC

Muscovy duck at Magnolia
West Ashley, SC

(Source: flickr.com)

Morris Island LightFolly Beach, SC

Morris Island Light
Folly Beach, SC

(Source: Flickr / dfc_pcola)

The Pineapple Fountain Art by Virginia Greene

The Pineapple Fountain
Art by Virginia Greene

(Source: charlestonmag.com)

lighthousesandchurches:

Circular Congregational Church150 Meeting Street

lighthousesandchurches:

Circular Congregational Church
150 Meeting Street

(Source: photos.thechurchesofamerica.com)

"Camouflage" John’s Island, SC (just outside Kiawah Island)

"Camouflage"
John’s Island, SC (just outside Kiawah Island)

(Source: Flickr / bookczuk)

Today Johnsman and family, of Geechee Boy MillEdisto Island, SC

Today Johnsman and family, of Geechee Boy Mill
Edisto Island, SC

(Source: charlestonmag.com)

samuraipunk:


Going up the bridge run. #cooperriverbridgerun #charleston #sc (Taken with instagram)


The Cooper River Bridge Run, 2012Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge

samuraipunk:

Going up the bridge run. #cooperriverbridgerun #charleston #sc (Taken with instagram)

The Cooper River Bridge Run, 2012
Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge

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#people  #bridges  
Cooper River Bridge RunArthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge 

Cooper River Bridge Run
Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge 

(Source: mycharlestononline.com)

#people  #bridges  
Peacock at Middleton PlaceWest Ashley, SC

Peacock at Middleton Place
West Ashley, SC

(Source: acompletelife, via sweetcarolinablues)

The African American cemetery at Drayton Hall West Ashley, SC
This graveyard is the resting place for many of the African Americans who lived and worked at Drayton Hall. The last burial took place in 1998 and was that of Richmond Bowens, a descendant of enslaved people at Drayton Hall and one of the National Trust’s richest resources on African American history. In keeping with his wishes, this cemetery has been “left natural,” not restored or planted with grass or decorative shrubs. His words, “Leave ‘em rest,” appear on the iron gate at the entrance.

The African American cemetery at Drayton Hall
West Ashley, SC

This graveyard is the resting place for many of the African Americans who lived and worked at Drayton Hall. The last burial took place in 1998 and was that of Richmond Bowens, a descendant of enslaved people at Drayton Hall and one of the National Trust’s richest resources on African American history. In keeping with his wishes, this cemetery has been “left natural,” not restored or planted with grass or decorative shrubs. His words, “Leave ‘em rest,” appear on the iron gate at the entrance.

(Source: facebook.com)