Beautiful Looking Church Nice Colours..Best Regards Richard
Scott, you have probably the best photos on Google Earth. Nice work! Plus... I love your area, South Carolina. Joe
This kinda answers my question.
It looks like there's a larger structure behind the front of the house... Was it built in two different styles or was the front added later?
SURE LOOKS SPOOKY AROUND THEASE PARTS AND I HUNT DOWN THE ROAD A FEW MILES AND THERE IS A GRAVE YARD BACK IN THE WOODS OFF THE HORSE TRAIL WHICH LOOKS TO BE A SLAVE GRAVE YARD WITH 25 OR MORE GRAVES PLEASE NOTIFY ME IF YOU KNOW THE HISTORY NOBODY TAKES CARE OF ANY OF THE OLD GRAVES
I like your pictures, especially the one of Mt Carmel Presbyterian Church south of Easley just off 135. There is quite a story behind it. If you are interested. . .
Good work! Interesting collection in your gallery.
I'm enjoying browsing your photos of Greenville, SC. I lived there from the late 1950's to the early 1960's, when my father was Rector of The Church of the Redeemer, off August Road near the Mauldin Road split. (34.804251 -82.377115) Keep up the great work!
Very much so. I started about a decade ago with a disposal camera taking pictures of churches. Architectural photography is what I enjoy. Thanks for the comment.
Coker College is in Hartsville. This is Old Cokesbury College building, built in 1854. It was the Masonic Female College of South Carolina, then the Cokesbury Conference School, then a public school. Finally it reverted to the Methodist conference in 1954.