By Chadd Hamilton: Hereís our kids enjoying the Stono River pluff mud. Good times!
By Daniel Villanueva: Ben Sawyer Bridge.
By Jim Babb: Taken at Magnolia Plantation.
By Brent Paape: My Charleston: So much to explore! I think this photo captures the exploration mentality with the Shem Creek pier over-head, and Shem Creek in the background.
By Elaine Moore Schupp: Taken on the riverwalk in front of Docksides as I walked to the SC Aquarium to volunteer in the water quality lab.
By Lisa Hutto: Taken from Memorial Waterfront Park.
By Andrew Shook: Morris Island Lighthouse.
By Lisa Giuliani: I chose this picture for "Anything Charleston" because after many visits to the Charleston area as a teen, I remember being super excited to see this for the first time as a 14 year old, fan of all things dolphin. At first, I was concerned that the dolphins were stranding themselves and became distraught until I realized that they were strand feeding, a rare sight to see that we are blessed to experience quite often. This is one of the many reasons I moved to Charleston 17 years ago.
By Kelli Rodriguez: Peacock at Middleton Place.
By Rebecca Gerard: Picture take on Folly Beach (river side)
By Kelly Ferreira: Intracoastal waterway.
By Nancy Schlimgen: A rehabilitated turtle heading back into the ocean at the Isle of Palms.
By Carl (J.R.) Meynardie, Jr.: Shot from the Shem Creek pier. Man and his dog paddle boarding.
By Mike Warren: Downtown Charleston.
By Bob Bean: Murray Blvd, Charleston, SC
By Ed Waldrop: "Marsh Garden" Boone Hall Plantation.
By Lawrence McMahon.
By Elizabeth Surette: Daniel island lake blue heron moving away from me with grace.
By Elizabeth Nelson: This photo of the Ravenel Bridge was taken on the ICW near the old Pitt St Bridge.
By Gina Byrd.
By Chase E. Barker: Crosby's Seafood, Folly Beach.
By Jane Halford: I was wandering around Magnolia Cemetery when I came across a broken mirror leaning against a brick wall at the edge of the marsh. Always looking for a bridge photo from a different angle ñ this was it. Bottom right corner catches the top of a simple gravestone.
By Sarah R. Sass.
By Donna Bowen. The Ravenel Bridge.
By Ron Chamberlain: Betsy Kerrison Hwy, Johns Island
By Doug French: Taken off the back deck at Morgan Creek Grill on IOP. One of my favorite sunset shots I've taken over the years.
By Kay Wendell: This photo was taken from our back porch; truly "My Charleston".
By Morgan Rice: The photo was taken on Capers Island.
By Rusty Williamson: Sunrise on Isle of Palms, SC.
By Terry Cox: Photo taken in January on the way to see Ft. Sumter with visiting friends.
By Judy Veronee: In my yard in Knightsville. Taken the day before Easter. I could not decide between swamps, buildings, landscapes. They all represent the low country. But family is what this area is all about. My great granddaughter finding a puddle after a rain, all dressed up for an early Easter party.
By Lindsey Sabatka: This photograph was taken in April of 2005 on the corner of South Battery and East Battery.
By Del Shaffer: Taken from Pitt Street Bridge.
By Sally Howard: Taken at Waterfront Park.
By Grace Reed: This photo was taken from the porch of our Sullivans Island House after a big storm came through. I was surprised to see that I had captured the beacon of the lighthouse. Everything about it says "home" to me.
By Samantha Ensign: Taken from the banks of Rantowles Creek
By Beth Kirchner: The natural beauty of our Lowcountry is amazing! Creekside scene is in West Ashley/Pierpont.
By Bruce Halla: This was taken from a Mt Pleasant restaurant overlooking the bridge and Yorktown at sunset. Great views of our beautiful city! Hope you like it, it was a great evening
By Jim Epper: Shem Creek
By Stacy Gleason: Ashley River near Middleton Plantation.
By Anne Bond: The ironwork and shadow work at play on the porch of the South Carolina Society Hall on Meeting Street speaks to me of the history and artistry my Charleston.
By david AvRutick: Layers of Charleston ñ St Phillips and Azaleas.
By Carol Halla: This photo was taken while enjoying a beautiful Lowcountry day walking in Charleston. We think it captures the heart of our charming city.
By James C. Nimmich.
By Wayne Rackoff: Bowen's Island at sunrise.
By Alicia Sterner: As a lifelong Charleston native My Charleston is this... A beautiful Folly Beach walk in the morning and delicious local shrimp on my plate at night! I got this shot this week, June 11, 2014. Right place at the right time. Thanks to our shrimpers for your hard work!!
By Reggie Fairchild: Sunrise over Dewees Island.
By Heather Crosby-Bedenbaugh: My wedding at the Summerall Chapel, The Citadel.
By Alicia Benton: Photo taken from Patriots Point.
By Michelle Hatfield: Photo taken from James Island, SC (Secessionville Creek) looking towards Morris Island Light House
By Kristy Smith: Folly Beach.
By Julia Johnson: Ravenel Bridge as seen sailing on bow of Panacea, a 43 ft Endeavour sailboat.
By Jeanette Waters Becker: The Lowcountry stays in your blood even when your feet may leave. "Ravenel Bridge at Sunset". Taken at sunset off the Water Front Park, Mt. Pleasant.
By Claudia Duncan: Charleston, Wando River, Mothers Day 2014.
By Nancy Heide: Intercostal waterway.
By Tom Jacobsen: This image was made behind one of the churches in the downtown area of Charleston.
By Kris Manning: My son Connor on Sullivan's Island.
By Linda Gordon: Taken on Folly Beach on June 6,2014.