The sweet small in Charleston this time of year primarily comes from the Confederate Jasmine (aka Star Jasmine) which is in bloom all around the city. The photo-bombing roses just add to the intoxicating fragrance.
This country looking lane is actually a driveway on Tradd Street, in the heart of the the South of Broad neighborhood.
This pretty house on Church Street, and a number of other similar looking houses in the area, was built by something called the Charleston Improvement Corporation in about 1906. Now a gorgeous residential area in the heart of the historic district, the property had previously been used for industrial purposes by the Charleston Hydraulic Press Company.
Some beautiful colors on a 1880 house on South Battery Once this house would have faced the Ashley River, but landfill has ruined its water view.