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Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1229 days ago, 1 comment(s)
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Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1319 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Posted to Sunsets about 1319 days ago, 1 comment(s)
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1328 days ago, 1 comment(s)
I chose this as Aspects of time since its taken me years to capture this and it happened right in front of me!
Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1334 days ago, 0 comment(s)
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Posted to Floral and Fauna about 1374 days ago, 1 comment(s)
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Castle Pinckney was a small masonry fortification constructed by the United States government by 1810, in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.[2][3] It was used very briefly as a prisoner-of-war camp (six weeks) and artillery position during the American Civil War. It was named
Posted to Historical Sites about 1376 days ago, 0 comment(s)
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The James-Santee Episcopal Church in McClellanville was built in 1890 as a chapel-of-ease for the Wambaw Church within the St. James-Santee Parish. The parish was established in 1706 by the Church of England and served French Huguenots who had arrived in 1687 – two years after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes – to escape persecution for their Protestant beliefs. It was the first parish to be established outside of Charleston, and the area was called the French Santee
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