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Great pics (even though they took forever to load on a high speed connection). I made the mistake of viewing them on the mobile version with no image reduction. Love that zoom lens on the camera. Makes me want to upgrade (my camera & my computer).

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Great pics (even though they took forever to load on a high speed connection). I made the mistake of viewing them on the mobile version with no image reduction. Love that zoom lens on the camera. Makes me want to upgrade (my camera & my computer).

...thanks flotown!!! I tend to forget (how selfish, eh?) that not all of our servers are the same. Thus, I took a little extra time to reduce this one...Enjoyed your news & pics of Florence Development Thread as well... Thanks for keeping us "far away" natives updated to our humble roots...Z

Johnsonville/Kingsburg Lakes & Woods Gallery

Fall-Winter 2008-09

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Gallery Pics

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I have looked at every last one of your photographs. It was like taking a holiday to the wonderful, laid back South!

South Carolina is wonderful, beautiful and unhurried in any season. I believe you would like visiting it...though, I am only familiar with the Pee Dee, the Lowcountry & Grand Strand. I've never been farther than Aiken or Rock Hill...but that will change eventually.

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Bill Clinton Street? Really?

Yep...a street in Lake City's industrial area is named for Bill...just off Hwy 52 & a real dirt road. LC loves/loved Bill probabaly because the town has a 70% black population who were & still are big supporters of Bill Clinton...My maternal grandparents (John & Queen Ester) are buried in the family plot in a cemetery in Lake City.

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Wonderful composition of the play of light and shadow.

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I didn't know there were columns made out of brick. Those must be curved bricks. Really interesting...

...it's a style I, too, have only seen in Florence and Columbia, SC...

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They got some interesting architecture in Florence County.

Your photo No 6 is beautiful, two types of colums, the buttresses of the church, and the tree trunks, each group rising in opposing diagonal angles.

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