Going to (South) Carolina

Charleston Script

In early April, I was able to take my first road trip since my most recent (November 27, 2012) back surgery. The primary purpose of our trip was to visit my sister Kelley, her husband Chris, and my nephew Griffin. There was, however, considerable photoremedy involved.

Chris and Kelley were excellent tour guides, and appeared to be extremely tolerant of my limitations. They did a great job of showing Mary and me an impressive slice of South Carolina. In particular, we got to see a lot of the Columbia and Charleston areas. A sampling of our photographs from those areas and neighboring attractions is featured in the video slide show below. To view the video in high definition, just click the play button. Hover over the video, then click on the sprocket icon to the left of the clock and select 1080p HD.

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2 thoughts on “Going to (South) Carolina

  1. You captured it beautifully, just like i knew you would! The way you take and translate photos truly is the work of an artist, my dear brother. I’m just so happy we got to share with you and Mary our unique and beautiful side of the world we now call home!

  2. Thanks, Sis! Glad you got me off my butt to head your way. Sorry it took so long to develop the pictures. Most days, I have a very difficult time getting my hands to ‘work’ for anything more than small stretches.

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