As I mentioned in a prior post, the town of Bluffton, S.C. has become known for its restaurants and art galleries. But the great, beating heart of the community remains, as it has going back to the antebellum era, the May River. (The town, in fact, takes its name from its location, a bluff along the waterway.)
You really should see this when the sun is out but the temperatures aren’t too high—the situation when I took this photo last month while on vacation in nearby Hilton Head. It’s easy to see, on days such as these, how the Lowcountry seeps into the soul.