There are few places, if any, in Charleston that are much more beautiful to watch a sunrise than along the High Battery. Have you watched the sun rise from there?
The glow created along Broad Street as the sun went down last night was spectacular.
Despite the recent chilly weather, there are flowers blooming all over Charleston. This very patriotic gate basket can be found on Meeting Street.
A table like this can only be found in a few places in downtown Charleston. It’s full of wonderful sweet grass creations — a Lowcountry art form brought over from Africa by enslaved Africans. This table can be found on Meeting Street, across from the Federal Courthouse. The wall behind the table is part of St. Michael’s Church graveyard.
White Point Garden is a glorious place to be at almost any time of the day. When the first rays of sun hit the Charleston peninsula, the Garden starts to light up. One of the first parts of the park that sees the sun is this statue of General William Moultrie (Revolutionary War hero) and these cannons.
Sunset along the Ashley River.
Despite the extreme cold that Charleston has been experiencing, there has been some pretty spring-like activity going on. All over town the Eastern Redbud trees (also known as Cercis canadensis) have been bursting into bloom.
Any spring-like activity where you are?