Photo Challenge – Heritage

This week we are asked to share a photo that say “heritage” to us.  These photos say “Southern Heritage” to me.

Walk Under the Trees

Walk Under the Trees

Horse Drawn Carriage

Horse Drawn Carriage

Prince George Episcopal Church 1721

Prince George Episcopal Church founded 1721

On Behalf of a Grateful Nation

On Behalf of a Grateful Nation

The Back Steps

The Back Steps

Magnolia

Magnolia

Photos taken in Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Georgetown and Murrells Inlet, SC

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All Lined Up

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View of the USS Yorktown from below the Arthur Ravenell Jr Bridge

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Charleston Harbor

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Park Benches

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The Battery – Part 1

I visited my daughter in Charleston this past weekend and we spent some time walking the battery and taking photos.

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The Battery is a seawall used to defend Charleston during the Civil War.  Where cannon still stand, both tourists and locals can be seen every day enjoying the park.

 

Photo Challenge – Look Up

This week is all about taking a moment to check out what’s going on above you.

Look Up

These photos are from a recent walk with my daughter on the Arthur Ravenell Jr Bridge.  We were at an observation deck on the first span of the bridge and looking up, I had a sudden thought as to how insignificant we are in the greater scheme of life.  

 These links are from previous posts on the bridge- Just a Little Stroll and Photo Challenge – Weight(less)

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Just a Little Stroll

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View from the Arthur Ravenell Jr Bridge – From Mt. Pleasant to Charleston

 

My daughter suggested that we take a walk on the Arthur Ravenell Jr bridge.  It is 2 1/2 miles across and it has a lane for pedestrians and cyclists.  Our goal was to reach the first span and I’m happy to say that we made the goal with surprisingly little soreness today!

The pictures were taken from an observation deck.  The boats in the harbor are specks as seen in the first photo and you can see in the second photo the distance we walked.  Since what goes up has to come down, we walked a total of 1 1/2 miles.  Needless to say, going down was much easier than going up!