Located 15 miles east of Beaufort, S.C., Hunting Island is one of the most visited state parks and beaches in that state.
The barrier island, which was given its name during colonial times, served as hunting grounds for Lowcountry planters and aristocracy.[ Read More → ]
The ruins are all that remain of what was known as the Prince William Parish Church. Located in Beaufort Country, S.C., it is better known today as The Old Sheldon Church.[ Read More → ]
While traveling along U.S. Route 21 on St Helena Island in South Carolina, I passed this field of weary sunflowers. They were so black that they appeared to have been burned. But upon further inspection of the surrounding underbrush, it was clear that they were simply dry and dead.[ Read More → ]