This is the second cathedral in this spot. Both were made of Connecticut brownstone, and yet the first still burned. There was a huge fire in Charleston in 1861. The original had to be replaced.
We usually visit the old churches in town on a week day when there are few people inside.
I always try for a wide perspective down the center aisle of the church down to the alter. I also don’t want to photograph people. This series does not have a full wide shot because of that.
A good description here would be ‘immense and shiny’.