Thursday, April 17, 2008

A Down Town Stroll

The Custom House

The glass facade of the Art Institute of Charleston

First Presbyterian Church, founded in 1731

Nathaniel Russel House (1808) at Meeting Street, a property of
Historic Charleston Foundation

James Simmons House, founded at 1760 at 37 Meeting Street


Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Sue, Thanks for the Comment on my blog. It's nice to see you there!!

I cannot believe the beautiful character buildings there are there. So nice. If those buildings could talk, the stories I could imagine they could say about history. Your photos are beautiful. What a lovely place to go for a stroll!
The Rocky Mountain Retreat

Susanne49 said...

Thank you so much Michele,
for your kind comment.

Anonymous said...

beautiful shots of beautiful buildings. The first one remands me Greece

Susanne49 said...

Thanks evlahos

for your comment. yes, this one with the columns is looking like a Greek temple in Athen, right?

GMG said...

Hi Sue. Loved to see this downtown pictures. What a blue sky!
Sorry for this short visit, but I wanted to say thanks for your comments on my blog. This weekend, I’m going to take a musical break, and next week I’ll make a very short trip, crossing South Atlantic. I’ll try to catch up with your posts as soon as possible. Meanwhile, leave you with some chocolate champagne truffles at Blogtrotter.
Have a lovely weekend and an excellent week!

Susanne49 said...

Hi Gil,
thank you so much for the Champagne-Truffles...mhhh they were exquisit. :-)do you have some more...? :-)

Thanks for your kind comment.


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