This photo is one of my favorites that I’ve ever taken and was originally on the header of this site. It was taken at the Old Sheldon Church Ruins outside of Beaufort, SC. The Greek Revival church was built in the 1700s but burned by the British during the Revolutionary War. In 1826 it was rebuilt, but was soon gutted to rebuild homes destroyed by Sherman’s troops following the Civil War. What remains is a beautiful spot to take pictures as well as the parish graves from the original church.
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