My name is Wayne W. Smith and this blog contains my musings related to higher education, tourism and anything else that comes to mind. I invite you to scroll down and laugh where appropriate, cry when necessary but always remember to consider the source.
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Sundays in My City
Once again thanks to the Unknown Mami for host Sundays in My City...
Liam and I go for a walk every Sunday AM. Last week we went down to the Battery. Here are some of the houses along the Battery in Charleston S.C.
Lovely houses. I dream of living in one like that. In the area we live in, there used to be some beautiful bungalows. Sadly, they're being demolished to allow for apartment complexes to come up. Many of the owners do not reside in them, and don't mind, I guess. They also receive adequate compensation. While the rest of us feel bad :DReplyDelete
The properties in the photos look so well-settled. Thanks for sharing.
Fascinating houses. The architecture is amazing. I love the porches and balconies.ReplyDelete
The neighborhood is awe inspiring. Enjoy your day, Wayne.ReplyDelete
Sundays visiting your place make me want to move there. I think you should start posting house listings! Have a wonderful Sunday!ReplyDelete
If you saw the prices of the houses you would not want to move here.Delete
I've only ever walked along Charleston's Battery a couple of times - - - but found it absolutely breath taking. Once I even got to tour one of those houses - - - amazing.ReplyDelete
Really delicious photos, I love these buildings. GreetingsReplyDelete
Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow, Wow. As an architecture journalist, I have lust in my heart.ReplyDelete
Hi Wayne, these are architectures' work of art. Love evry onenof them.ReplyDelete
This kind of architecture is architecture.ReplyDelete
Oh the stories these homes could tell! Thanks for sharing your Sunday walk.ReplyDelete
Your pictures make me even more excited to be visiting in May.ReplyDelete
there is no place like charleston sc, of course this is my home and the people around me. Nice houses i admit. Continue to share more about charleston.ReplyDelete