Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Friday, May 11, 2012

Greenwood Park Chimneys

Continuing with last week's photos of my summer hike to the ghost town of Greenwood Park, the first sign of old habitation are some chimneys poking through the forest.

Next week we'll see some actual buildings! In the meantime visit Scenic Sunday for more scenery of all kinds.

13 comments:

  1. What a wonderful old chimney and great shots of it in that beautiful wooded area! What a great place to hike! Hope you and your family and Socks have a great weekend, Al! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  2. Das sind ja herrliche Kunstwerke!
    Ich wünsche dir von Herzen ein wunderschönes
    Wochenende! Julie

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  3. I would love to know the history there!

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  4. The fantastic photograph, the beautiful place, but beautiful forest. I am greeting

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  5. What a great structure. Love it!...Christine

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  6. So exciting to find those antic ruins, what a wonderful place! =) Quite a size in heights I can see, the tower-looking stone buildning! :)

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  7. interesting, I wonder what was there?

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  8. Neat photos of the old chimneys. It does look like a nice place for hiking. Have a great day!

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  9. for a giant BBQ? It really is a ghost town.

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  10. I wonder how much grout and mortar are holding that chimney together.... :)

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  11. It's always so eerie to come on a structure like this that's been abandoned. Thanks for the picture and the reminder to tell the CO kids about this hike.

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