This is the house occupied as a base of operations by General William Sherman when he was in Cheraw, South Carolina.
I love old buildings that are falling apart. This one is between Myrtle Beach and Georgetown in South Carolina.
Daufuskie Island is an awesome little place in southeast South Carolina only accessible by boat. I had a great day out there and here are some photos!
Just another photo from Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park. I can’t help it – I like shooting there.
One of my favorite places to take photos. In Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
This is a beautiful but dilapidated building at the old Fort DuPont, now a state park, in Delaware City, Delaware. I do love some old buildings and was glad that someone was actually restoring this one.
This house was spooky, but also really cool. I’m sure in its time it was really something. This is in Franklin, West Virginia.
This is another shot from Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
This is taken on Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
I took this at the Shack Up Inn just outside of Clarksdale, Mississippi. It is great to be back in the Delta.
This is the beautiful Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina. It is the largest private home in America.
I enjoyed this miniature Christmas Village at The Biltmore in Asheville, North Carolina.
If Barbie lived in Charleston, South Carolina, I think she would live here. It is pretty amazing architecture though.
I like tiny Grafton ghost town in southeast Utah. I have taken a lot of photos here. This house has been getting some work done to preserve it over the last few years. Life was tough in Grafton, but the scenery is hard to beat.
This is the main barn on the Latta Plantation outside of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Just a beautiful example of a street in Savannah, Georgia.
It was so nice to be back in Savannah, Georgia. Not the best day to take photos, but it is such a beautiful city that the I ignored the overcast sky and took a bunch anyway.
A beautiful house on a beautiful night in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
This is Houmas House, the main building on what was once one of the largest sugar plantations in the country. It is near Gonzales, Louisiana.
It always amazes and saddens me to see such a beautiful building in such a state of disrepair. I would love to know more of the history of this building located in the Blue Mountain Lake area of Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in New Jersey.