Greenville, SC has some interesting museums and the Upcountry History Museum is getting to the top. The current traveling exhibits include a superb Ansel Adams exhibit which has some of his iconic images beautifully printed.Dr. Seuss (Ted Geisel) has kind of retrospective show which is amazing. Take the time to go see these exhibits. http://www.upcountryhistory.org/changing-exhibits/current-exhibits/
Walking around anywhere is exciting because of the odd visual surprises.
Here are some neat stuff from our Greenville wanderings.
The Reedy River Falls as seen from the Liberty Bridge is a a joy to watch after a major rain as it cascades down the rocks.
The other day Al and I did a wander around downtown Greenville, SC and saw lots of interesting things which I will share over the net few blogs.
We have a local notions store that has the most amazing collection of stuff, all of which appeals to me photographically. Variety, etc. is almost surreal.
The Peace Center is one of downtown’s gems visually and the performances there are well-worth attending.
Our favorite restaurant in Greenville, SC is the Mekong which has some interesting visuals, not to mention the best food in town.
Downtown Greenville is a great place to stroll and has a “big city” feel to it.