Boone Hall – Charleston, South Carolina
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This famous avenue at Boone Hall Plantation stretches three-quarters of a mile long. It is lined by about 90 oaks. Here, they stand guard as the springtime sun filters through the draping Spanish moss. Together with brilliant azaleas, they create a most elegant and enchanting scene. Live oaks are prevalent along the South Carolina coast and have, for centuries, been an essential part of the Southern landscape.
This photo was taken by Julie G. Rowe, a professional photographer who used to work at Boone Hall. Julie has a keen eye for capturing great shots on film. You can discover more of her photos at Julie G. Rowe Photography.
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