Lately I find myself drawn to churches. Generally the huge old structures with loads of stain glass that is ornate and ever so beautiful. The church below has none of that but it's construction caught my eye. It resembles something out of medieval times in an odd sort of way and is very prominent in downtown Charleston.
The most striking feature of this church is it's dome, which is really not a dome at all. But, for my purposes I will call it a dome.
Horse drawn multiple tourist carriages are everywhere in Charleston (unlike St. Augustine and Savannah) and few of them are very interesting or pleasing to the eye. This one was one of the few that really had character.
The Gullah culture and language are fascinating to say the least and I have included these small videos to illustrate just how enchanting the local historian Frank was.