The Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island, South Carolina is said to be over 1500 years old!

The Angel Oak Tree on Johns Island, South Carolina is said to be over 1500 years old

The Angel Oak Tree, located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. The Angel Oak Tree is said to be over 1500 years old and produces shade that covers over square feet.

South Carolina - Palmetto Moon and Palm Poster by Lantern Press at AllPosters.com

South Carolina - Palmetto Moon and Palm

On my to do list: Take a boat ride through the water forest at Cypress Gardens in South Carolina.

On my to do list: Take a boat ride through the water forest at Cypress Gardens in South Carolina. Looks like the Old Spanish Mission in the movie The Patriot.

Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina

Angel Oak – South Carolina

21 Magical Places In The South You Won't Believe Actually Exist

This beautiful angel oak is located on James Island in SC. Beautiful place to visit, so glad I saw it

Pretty Place Chapel ~ Blue Ridge Mountains, South Carolina, USA - Near the North Carolina border.

Pretty Place Chapel in the Blue Ridge Mountains. This amazing outdoor chapel is at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains in South Carolina, only a couple of miles from the North Carolina border. Beautiful, Pretty Place is in Greenville, SC

The World's Largest Fire Hydrant roadside attraction is located in Busted Plug Plaza in Columbia, South Carolina. An easy on/off stop from I-77.

The World's Largest Fire Hydrant Roadside Attraction

The World's Largest Fire Hydrant roadside attraction is located in Busted Plug Plaza in Columbia, South Carolina.

There is a 300 year old tradition of basket making among Gullah people in the coastal areas of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Gullah are the descendents of slaves brought from West Africa to work on the rice plantations. Originally the baskets were used to winnow the rice as well as for household use in the slave homes and maybe in the plantation owner’s kitchen as well. The baskets feel as strong as steel. And it is said that they can be used to hold water. Rosemary Sheel photo

Charleston, South Carolina sweetgrass baskets ~ Nearly 400 years ago, lowcountry slaves brought (from West Africa) their craft of weaving baskets from a local grass. The sweetgrass basket has become a widely respected and distinctive art form.

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