Spring has sprung in the Lowcountry.
If there was ever any doubt that the Lowcountry is a relaxing place, this week's parks photos prove otherwise.
We had a lot of newcomers this week - our first My Charleston week - and we had a lot of great photos.
We didn't get a whole lot of entries for this week's "Lowcountry oyster traditions" assignment, but we did find a few pearls.
We got a little bit of everything this week: green creatures, green tomatoes and even green beer.
Who doesn't love a cute puppy pic?
The sun hasn't shined a lot this week so it was a pleasure looking at your 'Let the sun shine in' photos.
An object in motion stays in motion, especially when its caught in a photograph for all eternity.
There's nothing like a happy kid or funny dog to bring a smile to our faces.
"This is easily one of the Top 3 galleries we've ever had," one of our editors said today after flipping through all 74 entries in this week's Close- ...
Thank you for sending us your ironwork photos. We received 35 entries, many of which artfully depict the beauty of the region's ornamental ironwork. ...
The photos might have been black and white but the decision certainly wasn't.
We asked readers to send in their photos of the winter storm that closed schools and bridges on Jan. 29, 2014 and you responded with more than 200 ...
Congratulations to Christine Stadum. Her city life photo from King Street will appear in Saturday's edition of The Post and Courier.
It seems like I say this every week but it was a very difficult week to pick just one photo to appear in Saturday’s newspaper.