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- St. Lawrence Cemetery is the Catholic Cemetery located right next to Magnolia Cemetery. It was opened in 1854 due to overcrowding in the graveyards at the two main Catholic churches in downtown Charleston: St. Mary’s on Hasell Street, and St. Patrick’s on St. Philip Street. You definitely sense a lot of Irish—and to a lesser extent Italian and Polish—history as you walk around. Also, it offers a nice view of the Ravenel Bridge.
- The receiving tomb at Magnolia Cemetery—a bit of a macabre curiosity. When people died during the winter, the bodies were stored in here until spring came around and the ground was softer.
This building, along with the other original buildings of the cemetery, was designed by local Charleston architect Edward C. Jones (the same architect who designed the iconic Moorish revival Farmers’ and Exchange Bank on East Bay Street).
- The Cookout, part 1
Shot on #Kodak #Ultramax400
Kuya Ryan grilling some chops in Sambawan Island. A quick Google search will show you everything you need to know about Sambawan and its natural, isolated beauty.
- // the ha giang collection - ep.2. Ha Giang, Vietnam. 13-05-18
- The last bit of daylight over portage glacier
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- Painting by Rubens. Take II 🥀
It's too cold outside for angels to fly 🎶 but the roses don't seem to mind.