Sunday, November 30, 2014

Fall in Charleston, SC

This evening I went downtown, scouting for Christmas decorations to photograph.  I didn't come up with much, so I guess the City is waiting for Thanksgiving to be over before launching into their Christmas effort.  At least I hope that's the case, because the wreaths hung around the lanterns on Broad Street didn't really cut it.  Even Marion Square is still bare, although they were working on installing their annual Christmas tree made with strung lights.  What I did notice however, were a few trees arrayed in full fall splendor, a couple outside the Library Society Building on King Street, and the other on Hasell Street.


1 comment:

  1. Wow! You caught the ginkgo trees at their peak! Glorious!

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