A spectacular tree-top level tour of Broad Street — from King Street to the Old Exchange Building to Charleston Harbor. Video credit: Son of Glimpses.
This beautiful video was shot by Son of Glimpses — a late Sunday afternoon in Charleston.
Marion Square in Charleston on a beautiful Saturday morning is full of people, food, music, dogs, dancers and fun.
Lower King Street in Charleston is home to antique shops and boutique hotels… and incredible architecture.
One of the most iconic images of Charleston is Rainbow Row. Here’s a video postcard on a beautiful day.
White Point Garden is one of the most beautiful and most visited spots in Charleston, SC. Even on a gray day, it’s easy to see why.
“The Bend” on Church Street is one of the most beautiful spots in Charleston. The street surface changes from asphalt to brick, there are posts that remain from they were used to tie up boats when the street was a creek, and the houses are magnificent.
A 360 degree view along the High Battery at sunrise. The birds are chirping, the houses are gleaming, a container ship is heading out to sea as the sun moves up in the sky.
The Cistern Yard, the heart of the College of Charleston, is beautiful. This 360 degree view takes in Randolph Hall, the Porter’s Lodge, Towell Library, the beautiful trees and more.