This beautiful piazza/camellia/wall combination can be found on Tradd Street, which is one of the few streets that spans the entire width of the Charleston peninsula.
The morning sun seems to have replicated itself along the southwest corner of Colonial Lake.
Stolls Alley is one of Charleston’s great hidden cut-throughs. With the wall on your right, you know you are facing Church Street with East Bay Street behind you.
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist on Broad Street is a wonderful building. One of its most interesting historical facts is that the spire of the steeple was added 120 years after the cornerstone of the building was laid.
Charleston is full of wonderful window boxes. With so many of the houses fronting directly on the sidewalk, they often take the place of a front yard — so much love and tending go into them.
If you walk along West Street (which is all of one block long), you can spy this humorous historical marker on #7. While Charleston full of lots of history, it’s not everywhere. 🙂