Sunday – Church Time

Resurrection Lutheran Church

This church is located in Cameron, South Carolina.  We were driving back home from vacation in Charleston, South Carolina, and I stopped in the road to grab this quick photo.  Taken on July 28, 2012.  Click HERE to visit the church’s website.


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Ephesians 2:8-9

Sunday – Church Time

This church is located near Charleston, South Carolina, on Sullivan’s Island.  It is called Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church.  You can click HERE to read about it on the church’s website.  The church is located across the street from Fort Moultrie.  These photos were taken on July 26, 2012.





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Romans 5:1, and so many more…

Ridgeway, SC

Saw a cool water tank in Ridgeway, South Carolina on July 28, 2012.


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Blue sky and water tanks…that could be a song 🙂

Cannon On The Right Of Him

This cannon was a cool find as we went driving around the Charleston area last summer.  It’s located at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan’s Island (HERE’S THE MAP), and it has a long history.  This was taken on July 26, 2012.


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Angel Oak

Hogan and Hannah standing in front of this tree really makes you realize just how BIG this tree is.  It is called the “Angle Oak“, and it’s located near Charleston, SC.  Clink on this LINK to read more about it on wikipedia.  This was taken on July 26, 2012.


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Gaffney Peachoid

This “water tank” is not your standard public works variety.  It’s is called Peachoid, and is located in Gaffney, South Carolina.  Click HERE to read about it on wikipedia.  I took this while driving by on the interstate, and it turned out pretty good.

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Folly Beach Evening Walk

While on vacation this summer at Folly Beach, South Carolina, I took some time to go to the northern end of the island, to see what was there, and to view Morris Island Lighthouse too.  This part of the beach is not like the rest of the beach, and it had a unique look that immediately caught my attention.  What do you think of this area?  This image was made on July 25, 2012.

Folly Beach Photograph

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