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Charleston, South Carolina: A Photographic Portrait
     

Charleston, South Carolina: A Photographic Portrait

by Rick Rhodes (Photographer), Michelle Salater (Text by)
 

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With its cobblestone streets, rustling palmetto trees, and moss-draped live oaks, a walk through Charleston feels like stepping back in time. Captivating and beautiful, this modern port city with an Old World sensibility has drawn admiration since its foundation by British colonists in 1670. In the following centuries, the patriotic city has managed to preserve its

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With its cobblestone streets, rustling palmetto trees, and moss-draped live oaks, a walk through Charleston feels like stepping back in time. Captivating and beautiful, this modern port city with an Old World sensibility has drawn admiration since its foundation by British colonists in 1670. In the following centuries, the patriotic city has managed to preserve its graceful and historically significant architecture even as it has been battered by hurricanes, earthquakes, fire, and war. The city and its residents continue to define Southern hospitality with world-renowned cuisine and a rich cultural heritage. Water is always close by, whether you seek welcoming, pristine beaches or striking views of the now peaceful Charleston Harbor, where the Ashley and Cooper rivers intersect to join the Atlantic Ocean. From a skyline filled with elegant church steeples and elaborate antebellum homes to vistas revealing picturesque plantations and sweeping marsh views, there's so much to discover here.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781885435941
Publisher:
Twin Lights Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/01/2008
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
8.70(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Aleigh Acerni is a Charlotte, N.C.-based writer, editor, and author. She has been an editor at award-winning publications including skirt!, Wheremagazine, and Charlottemagazine. She is especially drawn to writing about food, travel, natural beauty, sustainability, gardening, and green living. She is the co-author of Justiceat Guantanamo: One Woman's Odyssey andHer Crusade for Human Rights, with attorney Kristine Huskey, published by Globe Pequot Press in 2009.

PHOTOGRAPHER: A native Charlestonian, Rick Rhodes discovered a passion for photography at an early age. His interest led him to study at The Southeast Center for Photographic Studies in Daytona Beach, Florida and then to Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California. Returning to his beloved Charleston, he focuses on commercial photography and fine art reproduction. He enjoys aerial, architectural, and landscape photography. Rick's expertise has allowed him to work with numerous local and national clients. Rick works out of his studio in Charleston, South Carolina. He also teaches at two local colleges, serves on the board of The American Society of Media Photographers, and leads music at his church. Rick's passion for photography has grown far beyond just the photographic process. The whole experience has enhanced his journey in which he has never stopped believing.

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