Hilton Head, South Carolina

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Savannah, Georgia, 40 miles to the South.
Approaching the river.
One of Savannah's many leafy squares, laid out in the elegant 18th-century town plan.
A Southern perspective of live oaks and Spanish moss.
When cotton was king...
Old cobblestones by the wharves.
(Panorama stitched from two images.)
Hilton Head Island.
Strange critter on the beach.
I didn't spot any alligators, sadly.
More live oaks and Spanish moss.
Swamp, ex rice field.
A postcard shot of Harbour Town, in the Sea Pines Plantation.
The beach at Shipyard Plantation.
(1.8 MB Quicktime movie, generated from a 14-image panorama.)
Beaufort, South Carolina, 40 miles to the North.
The verandah of the Rhett House Inn, ca 1820, and a site of Forrest Gump, The Prince of Tides, and The Big Chill.
The neo-classical interior of St. Helena's Episcopal Church, 1724.
(Panorama stitched from five images.)
The view across Bay Street.
Probably the John Joyner Smith house, 1811.
The John A Cuthbert house, ca 1810.
The Robert Means house, 1790, and the Cuthbert house (now Inn).
The William Elliot house, pre-revolution.
View from Westside.
Maybe the Joseph Johnson house, ca 1850.
Somewhere on the Westside.



"The Tree House", ca 1850.
One last, unnamed house.

These pictures were taken with a Canon S100 digital camera.

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