Outhouses from heaven. Detyens Shipyard, Charleston SC. [1774×1774]
Magnolia Cemetery Charleston SC [OC]
Shark tooth finds in SC (near Charleston)
Charleston Shipyard during a rainstorm October 2015.
The Great Dry Dock, Charleston Navy Yard, Charleston, South Carolina. Detroit Photographic Company, circa 1891-1912. Courtesy of the Library of Congress. [2805 x 2204]
Snaggletooth found in Charleston, SC that I made into a necklace
USS Ranger, later USS Rockport and USS Nantucket (PG-23 IX-18), was a gunboat of the United States Navy seen at Charleston Navy Yard by Leslie Jones, Boston Public Library. Date unknown. [1024 x 801]
books at the College of Charleston library during renovations in 2014.
Over an abandoned bridge at a ghost town in the Arizona desert (Charleston) [4832 x 3204] [OC]
Trailing suction hopper dredge GLENN EDWARDS docking at Detyens Shipyards, Charleston, South Carolina, May 28, 2016. [gif][728×546]
Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral in Charleston, WV [OC] [5120×3840]
East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, after the earthquake of August 31, 1886; nearly all buildings within the city sustained damage, killing up to 110 people [931×514]
Not sure which ship this was, it’s in Charleston SC
Sailboat in Charleston, SC [2048 x 1091] [OC]
Ravenel Bridge, Charleston SC USA [OC] [7600×3100]
View of an extremely damaged Fort Sumter while still under Confederate control which was taken from Union lines during the American Civil War in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina August 23, 1863. [6632×3160]
Angel Oak Tree on John’s Island, South Carolina. This tree is located near Charleston and is over 1000 years old. It has withstood floods, droughts, fires, and hurricanes. Image by Serge Skiba.
Preparing to undock USS Constitution, Charleston Navy Yard, 23 July 2017. [1920×1280]
USS Sterett (DD-407) launching at the Charleston Navy Yard, South Carolina, 27 October 1938. [1280 x 1048]
The Circular Congregational Church and Cemetery in Charleston, SC.
Charleston, SC. [3264×1840] (OC)
USS Maryland (ACR-8) in drydock at Charleston Navy Yard, 1905 [1469×1152]
A row of unreadable, weathered stones (Unitarian Cemetery, Charleston) [OC 3264 x 2448]
Overgrown plots in the Unitarian Churchyard, Charleston, SC [OC 2448 x 3264]
To the memory of Charles Weissinger, 1866 (St. John’s Lutheran Church, Charleston, SC) [OC 2448 x 3264]