Wandering Through Charleston Alleys
Last year, I went to Charleston, South Carolina to visit a friend. It was my first time in the Deep South, and it was nice to visit a city with so much history. I like living in Dallas, but everything here is so shiny and new. Even our oldest buildings are a century old at most, while Charleston has houses and churches from before the American Revolution. I took a lot of pictures on the trip, so I’ve broken it up into several categories, starting with some pictures of narrow and winding Charleston alleys, pathways and courtyards.
Have you ever visited South Carolina? If so, did you spend much time exploring Charleston alleys? If so, let me know what you thought in the comment section.
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