I am always in awe of the workmanship and attention to detail in these old buildings, homes, and churches. They truly don't "build 'em like that anymore".
the church was built in 1787 and is the oldest Unitarian church in the South. I loved photographing the Gothic Revival style.
Gnarly old trees:
Peaceful paths lead past ancient crumbling stones......
and overgrown gardens show off vibrant blooms.
Lacey Spanish moss is so delicate and sways lightly in the spring breezes.
Trees canopy the paths and cause flickering shadows.
Underneath palm trees and magnolias, here is a quiet and peaceful place to sit awhile or enjoy a sack lunch.
Another Charleston churchyard...a very interesting and relaxing way to while away a spring afternoon...in a "secret garden".
Its "Good Fences Day"! Linking up with Tex for the "good fences party"