You would never know that this was a New Years eve, but it was the last sunset of the 2011 in Charleston SC. Everything is still green and looks like it was almost any other season.
For some reason I find that in September I don’t have whole a lot of desire to publish photos. Not sure why. Last year I took a break, this year it is coming to be a very slow month as well.
I took this photo couple years ago, it is one of our favorite cities to visit. We even “considered” to potentially move there one of these days, but then we decided that it probably not going to be as much overall change as where we are now.
Many of you guys will know where it is, that fountain is probably one of a kind in surrounding like this. I’ll update the status over the weekend with the location and everyone who identified it.
Saturday Update: Thanks everyone for chiming in trying to identify the place. We have a few folks who knows this place, cakenessmonster, faithisinthelittlethings and David pointed out that it is in Charleston South Carolina, with David even pointing out one of my wife comments about how she would love to have a place there! Nice everyone!
Have a good weekend. We are probably going to make an overnight trip to Asheville, see what’s cooking down there.
All right, I guess I just can not stop from publishing more and more photos with bridges. Today is a Friday, and Friday is a Mystery Photo Friday day, so no location is disclosed until later during weekend, and everyone of you is encouraged to identify the spot. I chose this one on purpose, as I think it is not super obvious where it is, as it is not one of the national landmarks, or is it? Anyway, I hope everyone has a great weekend and do let us know where it is.
Saturday update: Thanks to all trying to identify where it is and to those who knew but decided not to point it out because it was too easy for them. Anyway, this is Arthur Ravenel Bridge connecting Charleston with Mt Pleasant in South Carolina. I took this photo in Mt Pleasant Memorial Waterfront park, on other side of the bridge is Charleston.