The waters along the High Battery get pretty choppy when a big storm blows in.
The Low Battery along Murray Boulevard is one of the great places in Charleston for running, walking, biking and strolling. Unfortunately, it’s also one the places that storm water and super high tides can cause significant flooding. The effort to raise and protect this stretch from flooding is projected to cost about $60 million.
Looking west on Tradd Street, which is one of the few streets to traverse the entire Charleston peninsula, is a beautiful way to see the setting sun.
There is holiday beauty all over Charleston. This elegant scene can be found on East Bay Street.
This house on Murray Boulevard (the Low Battery) is nicely dressed for the holidays. With an unobstructed view across the Ashley River to James Island, it’s a pretty nice spot.