A row of antebellum (mid-1800’s) houses on South Battery. Beautiful.
This handsome Charleston garden belongs to a house built in 1792 by SC Lt. Governor James Ladson. While it fronts Meeting Street, it originally also faced a small lot that was called Ladson Court. Ladson Court was eventually opened up to provide access between Meeting and King Streets — which is now known as Ladson Street.
The magical morning sun dancing through the live oak trees in White Point Garden. It is “Garden” — no s! (And all other names, like “Battery Park” or “Oyster Point” are just informal nicknames.)