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LOWCOUNTRY SCENES

by Jon Wongrey

 The beautiful colorful images of Lowcountry Scenes allows the   reader to visit some interesting people and unique places of the magnificent Lowcountry. Veering away from scenes common to Carolina picture books, Jon Wongrey has captured the true spirit of the Lowcountry and its culture with striking photographs and fascinating images.

110 color photos. 94 pages. 2000 Sandlapper.

Hardcover, ISBN 0-87844-155-7, $19.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                

 

Stroll through Brookgreen Gardens.
Witness a blacksmith at Georgetownís Harborwalk Festival.
Rock a chair or joggle a board on the porch of Hampton Plantation.
Spy on a monk at Mepkin Abbey in Moncks Corner.
Smell the flowers of Summervilleís Flowertown Festival.
Taste the steamed oysters at the Oyster Festival at Boone Hall Plantation.
Watch the sun come up over the shrimp nets while dolphins swim alongside the boat.
Journey with the Confederate widows to Magnoliaís Cemetery to rebury the Hunley crew.
Sit under under the Angel Oak before heading to Edisto to trap blue crabs in the creek beds.
Get a little too close to a 5ft rattlesnake at the serpentarium on Edisto Island.
Walk with historians in Beaufort or spy on marines at Parris Island.
Dip your toes in the May River in Bluffton or dock your boat at Harbor Town in Hilton Head.

 

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