The remains of the old Charleston Museum at Cannon Park provide a dramatic foreground for the rising sun. The old museum was burned down in a fire and the columns are the only reminder that it was once at that site.
These stone lions are on magnificently on guard on Tradd Street.
The “Pink Palace” glowing in the early morning sun.
Legend has it that the owner of this house on East Battery Street picked this color scheme because it reminded him of healthy teeth and gums. Not surprisingly, he was a dentist. No longer a private home, you can stay there as it is now a B&B (The Palmer Home).
A view of the High Battery not usually seen.
Even the gateposts in Charleston burst into bloom! And check out the beautiful flowering camellia as well.