Mt. Zion Institute

It looks like the fate of Mt. Zion may once again be up in the air. The historic Mt. Zion Institute in Winnsboro has been in an uncertain state since 2008 when the town first announced the demolition of the building. Today things do not seem to be … Continue readingMt. Zion Institute

The World Goes

Just outside of Woodruff, heading towards Cross Anchor I noticed a dilapidated home. It is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever captured with a camera. I don’t know if I can say why. Some photos are best misunderstood. I would love to know how these … Continue readingThe World Goes

Erskine College

My grandfather attended Erskine. I’d never really stopped to look at the college even though I lived nearby my entire childhood. It is strange, living so close to somewhere and never even giving it a second thought. I guess that is life though. People who … Continue readingErskine College

Hodges Hidden Tomb

•A Forgotten Namesake• After visiting Cokesbury College I decided it would be nice to take a short break in Hodges before heading back home for the evening. As I am sure many of you have done, I refueled at what was once called Godfrey’s Market … Continue readingHodges Hidden Tomb