A small slice of Charleston here.
The ever present church spire seen from a side street, with the traditional Charleston style house.
For new monochrome photographers the clouds in this image were white, fluffy, in color. However a monochrome photograph loses this definition in many images. It’s a typical B&W problem. Using a red filter, either physically on your lens, or during post processing and the sky is brought back to life.
I have ‘Cokin’ style filers, but prefer to sit at my desk with Lightroom / NIK for this. I may be old school, just not that much.