Frank Hardy Photography

Highway 17 … Savannah Highway Outside of Charleston and few in Charleston …

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IMG_1349  Road_Signs Removed_6 Jan 15 _Adj _RTP _SFW

These two images were made this past Sunday on Highway 17 on the way to I-95.  Highway 17 is also known as the Savannah Highway which runs around 110 miles connecting Charleston and Savannah.  You need to be careful and not speed, since it is just one long speed trap between counties and little towns.  The road above  runs next to this small church which is on Highway 17.  I have no idea where this road leads to, but the photo was taken around nine in the morning and did not look a thing like what I created.  The beauty of Photoshop.  The little chapel looked pretty much like the image shown … I did remove the road running along side of the building though.

 

IMG_1330  Church 2 _ BW _ RTP_ Blur _Brown_SFW

I have worked up a few more images that I thought that I would add to this post instead of creating a new one, so here they are …

IMG_1136  Old House _ 8x8 _ RTP_ Topaz  SFW

IMG_1315  Front Poarch _ Lucis _ SFW

IMG_1143  Rusted Truck 1 _ RTP  2_ SFW

And finally, one more of the church that I posted above …

 

IMG_1344  Church 1  B W  _ RTP _ Best_Blk Bdr _SFW

None of these are anything earth shattering, but I thought that they are something different than just Fort Sumter,  the suspension bridge at sunset, etc, etc than the usual Charleston photos that you see in all of the travel magazines.  Thanks for looking and please check back … Frank

Written by Frank Hardy

December 31, 2014 at 1:52 pm

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