Magnolia Cemetery in the Morning, Magnolia Plantation in the Afternoon.

I’d been seeing some impressive images coming out of Magnolia Cemetery in downtown Charleston and decided to check it out.

This is a huge place! In addition to a nice variety of birds, I also found some interesting history. More on that later.

It looks promising based on the bird signatures.

First on the list was a beautiful drake Mallard.

And it’s companion.

Mergansers too.


Red Shouldered Hawk…

Red Tail Hawks…

And the usual Herons and Egrets.

More Mallards…

Then, while driving through the cemetery I came upon this:

All crews members from the first combat submarine, interred together. Some only a few years ago, as a result of restoring the Hunley, which is on display not far from here.

Back home for lunch, then on to Magnolia Plantation for the afternoon.

White Ibis and Little Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron

And, unfortunately, another camera disaster. Tomorrow’s another day.

Published by Larry Maras

Nature Photographer in Summerville, SC.

2 thoughts on “Magnolia Cemetery in the Morning, Magnolia Plantation in the Afternoon.

  1. Nice job Larry…As I have said earlier, it was a bonus during our visit to Charleston to meet up with Kathy and you on the observation tower at Magnolia Plantation last month…I’ve been enjoying your photos on the Facebook page as well as your emails….

    Keep up the good work!

    Paul McSoley ACSM Certified Personal Trainer SOUTH SHORE YMCA Emilson Branch 75 Mill Street Hanover, MA 02339 Phone: (781) 733-4127



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