On a walk around town last week the blue sky was amazing. Personally I’m not big on just cloud images, I prefer foreground / background subjects included. Depth, composition, etc. makes for more interesting photos.
Charleston is called the Holy City because of the large number of churches here, which means a lot of spires. I took shots with clouds, and spires to provide a foreground.
Above, First (Scots) Presbyterian Church. Two weeks ago I published photographs of Second Presbyterian also.
Next is the Huguenot Church, one of my favorites.
Last is the iconic St. Philips Church, the tallest spire and the most known in the skyline.
A few points of interest in Charleston, South Carolina.
4 thoughts on “Holy City – Charleston, South Carolina”
Love the photo of the pink church!
That church is beautiful ! Not sure how many repairs and builds it has had. This version from 1840, the original 1680. Hurricanes, wars, and fires have been part of the towns history.
Thank you 🙏🙏