A sleepy barn cat naps in the sun at the historic Carl Sandburg home in Flat Rock, NC.
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The view from inside St. John in the Wilderness Episcopal church in Flat Rock, NC. It has been in active used since its construction in 1833.
Just off of Highway 14 in Greer, SC if you look closely as you pass the Beaverdam Baptist Church you may notice the top of a chimney just barely over road level.
The Old Cigar Warehouse in Greenville, SC which has been recently renovated and opened as a venue for weddings and events.
The Gosnell cabin built sometime before 1810 is one if the oldest buildings in Greenville, SC. Most of its 200 plus year life was spent in the Northern part of Greenville County on land that is now the site of Camp Old Indian, a Boy Scout camp. In 2009 the cabin which was neglected and in disrepair was renovated and moved to Mauldin, SC near city hall. This quaint home which once stood among the virgin timbers of the old South now sits in the city center as a tranquil reminder of days past and a simpler but much harder way of life.
People gaze into the distance in the background and a child runs in the foreground by the light of the setting Sun at Jump Off Rock near Hendersonville, NC
A father and child ride bicycles down a section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail that travels through Cleveland Park in Greenville, SC.