A row of palms mirrored in a pond on Kiawah Island.
Gaslight lanterns at Hibernian Hall frame the iconic Saint Michael’s Church.
The Wood Nymph statue resting beneath festoons of Spanish moss at Middleton Place.
On John’s Island, the sprawling limbs of the centuries-old Angel Oak are transformed by heavenly light.
Street lamps glow at dawn along Elliott Street in the Historic District.
The wrought-iron gates at Fenwick Hall, enveloped by old oaks and shrouded in mist.
While we’re all doing our part, staying home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, four photographers transport us to the local places we love and miss