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Magnolia Plantation

The first place we visited in Charleston was Magnolia Plantation, which turned out to be one of my favorite parts of the trip.  It was a Sunday afternoon, warm, and mostly empty (except for some friendly animals including miniature horses.  Miniature.  Horses.)  We stayed for a few hours…I shot roll after roll of film as my eyes adjusted to the sight of magnolia blooms and giant oak trees and sunshine.  These are a few of my favorite photos from that afternoon…

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Autumn in a Savannah cemetery

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A few images from our trip to Charleston and Savannah, ooohhh, 5 months ago.  Better late than never?  We only spent a morning in Savannah, stopping first at the Bonaventure Cemetery before visiting Flannery O’Connor’s childhood home (which Jason wrote about here.)  It was grey, quiet, completely empty, and I took too many pictures of red autumn leaves tangled with spanish moss.  Naturally.

Contax 645 | Portra 400

‎Three weeks ago I was wandering the sunlit paths and warm streets of Charleston. Now I’m editing photos with frozen fingers and a blanket with the sight of dirty snow out my window. They all said living in New England would make me hate Winter. They all said it.
Contax 645, Portra 400

‎Three weeks ago I was wandering the sunlit paths and warm streets of Charleston. Now I’m editing photos with frozen fingers and a blanket with the sight of dirty snow out my window. They all said living in New England would make me hate Winter. They all said it.

Contax 645, Portra 400