19 November 2013

Sharing the Lowcountry Link Love


Charleston, S.C.
I have a couple of links to share this evening:

An article on Why Charleston is America's Favorite City by Christian L. Wright for Conde Naste Traveler.

Gorgeous photography at Lowcounty Scenes by Photographer Mic Smith available for purchase directly from his web site. We know it is beautiful here but Mic sure knows how to capture a mood in a photo. Wow.

Keep up with what is going on in the Lowcounty at Holy City Sinner - We're Good Guys but we can't be Good Every Night.

Charleston Grit.  Bold. Smart. Local. Now. Charleston Magazine's blogging neighborhood! Check it out. They even use some of my photos. What incredible taste :)!

Now, I got home too late to walk so I need to get on my rowing machine and row across the lake in my living room. I'll soon be able to challenge you all to arm wrestling matches. Behave, kids!

12 comments:

  1. Pretty cool. Nice to see your yellow photos in Grit.

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    1. It is indeed! I love Charleston Magazine so it is very flattering.

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  2. That is such a beautiful setting.

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    1. William, It is one of the buildings of the Carolina Yacht Club property overlooking the Charleston Harbor.

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    2. I am so proud I recognized the location! ;-)

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    3. Yes, it is quite recognizable. Used to be a Shriner's building I believe until the Yacht Club bought it.

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  3. Gorgeous image! :-)
    Thank you for the links. I am looking forward to reading them all during a quiet moment.

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  4. Thanks for the link to Lowcountry scenes. Exactly what I have been looking for. Can't get enough good photos ever, including those great ones you just posted of a day ago!

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    1. Mic Smith is great. He is also one of the best event and wedding photographers in town.

      Thanks for the compliment on my shots as well!

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  5. Congratulations on the Charleston Grit piece.

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    1. Thanks Bruce. I love Charleston Magazine so it is very cool to be officially associated with anything they do.

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