Wow! What a day January the 3rd was in Charleston, South Carolina. The low-country saw it's 3rd highest snowfall in recorded history thanks to winter storm Grayson. A whopping 6"! The combination of the snow and folks being off from work resulted in pure hedonism. I did my best to capture as many photos as I could on my trusty iPhone. Here is a collection of some of my favorite photos of The Day it Snowed in Charleston. #charlestonsnowday2018
It has been a view months since I last shared some of my Charleston Photos. Around the time I started writing for this website I also started actively sharing photos on Instagram. Whenever I share a picture of Charleston I include #DailyDoseofCharleston.
This is a great way to catalogue the great architecture and urbanism of The Holy City. I also keep my eye peeled for things that may appear a bit unusual as I try to find the beautify in everything.Read More
A collection of some of my favorite Charleston photos from the past few months. #dailydoseofcharlestonRead More
Charleston South Carolina is a beautiful place. Every day I discover something new and gain a greater appreciation for the Holy City. When I started BuildingsAreCool.com I also started photographing Charleston and posting to my Instagram feed under the hashtag DailyDoseOfCharleston. This blog is volume 2 of some of my favorite Daily Doses Of Charleston.Read More
Last week I posted the 12 Storefronts of King Street. That post featured Lower King , which is the area South of Calhoun Street . Once upon a time this would have been the only part of King Street worth visiting.
As Bob Dylan sang: The times, they are a changing.
Upper King is now the jam.Read More
It is very easy to take your physical environment for granted. Sometimes a trip to another place or something as simple as a picture will remind you of how lucky you are. I have decided to take at least one picture of Charleston each day. Here are some of my favorite Daily Doses of Charleston:Read More
Of course Charleston is known for it's historic architecture. But we also have some modern buildings. Here are a few of my favorites.Read More
Following up on the smashing success of 12 Gates....I bring you the sophomore effort.....12 More Gates!Read More
This week I have a dozen churches to share. Charleston's nickname 'The Holy City' came about because of our skyline, which is dominated by Church Steeples. We don't have many tall buildings in Charleston, therefore the steeples really stand out.Read More
On my walks I have noticed that King Street is much different early in the morning. It is quiet, the sidewalks are empty and there is very little automobile traffic.
It is peaceful.
It is surreal.Read More