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charleston snapshot: washington square.

As Justin & I roamed the streets of Charleston's Historic District, we stumbled upon an area of lush, inviting greenery. This area was Washington Square, & it almost instantly became one of my favorite parts of the city. Seriously, it is a little piece of serene, tucked-away Heaven, in the midst of an already charm-infused area.
see? heavenly.

washington had a lot of visitors that day.

Want to see more of Charleston?

As always, more coming soon. Next, I'll be taking you to Waterfront Park.


photos: washington square, charleston, south carolina \ nikon

Comments

Heather said…
wow so beautiful!! it is fun to find historical sites, i think they are so interesting!
Amy Lynn said…
Pretty!
Ashley T said…
This was right around the corner from my old apartment and a favorite spot of mine too! Charleston is hands down my favorite city in the US.
Mree said…
Great pictures! One of these days I hope to get to Charleston!! So pretty!
siddathornton said…
it's definitely worth a visit - just & i can't wait to go back!
siddathornton said…
i'm so jealous of your old apartment - i would LOVE to live in charleston.
siddathornton said…
it was - i can't wait to go back.
siddathornton said…
i am huge into visiting historic sites - there's just something about being in a place so many people have been before. i can't wait to go back to charleston & explore some more!

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