Beaufort artists have mobilized to create an historic mural on the walls of a very unique tunnel at the Technical College of the Lowcountry. This underground passage extends from Building #1 on the east side of Ribaut Road, under the thoroughfare, to the Student Center on the west side of campus. Artists are envisioning adding vivid historic tales and events of Beaufort County spanning over three centuries, from its inception in 1711, through the Reconstruction-era, up till modern-day.
Dogs are an integral part of the Lowcountry lifestyle. Habersham is a Beaufort neighborhood that takes pride in their canines. Annette & Jeff Girman are the proud owners of Trixie, a Schnauzer Terrier & Riley, a Beagle Retriever. After their photo shoot by Ron Callari, their pooches were re-imagined by the 'Dogs of Habersham' into Raphael's "ANGELS." For more information on this service, contact email@example.com | 201-681-3728.
The Anchorage 1770 is believed to be the largest and oldest tabby structure still in use. Located in Beaufort, SC, the building's illustrious history is a step back in time. Guests of this bed and breakfast gain entry to a stately 18th-century mansion updated to modern-day standards and amenities.
Face it, not all who enjoy the pleasure of listening to one’s muses and putting pen to paper can devote endless hours to the task of writing. Ironically, that which feeds the beast isn’t always able to put food on the table. It’s that line of thinking, where the ‘side hustle’ might be just the…
Face it, not all who enjoy the pleasure of listening to one’s muses and putting pen to paper can devote endless hours to the task of writing. Ironically, that which feeds the beast isn’t always able to...
Remnants of island trees transition into a petrified forest on the surf of the beach of Hunting Island, euphemistically called by the locals, the “Boneyard.” This year, I start my second year of sea island turtle 🐢 patrolling. This capture is on Zone 2, as my Wednesday volunteer team start out in search of mama loggerhead nests.
== Haybale Art ==
On Saint Helena Island between Frogmore & Dulamo, the Pasture Shed Farm is a treat to the eye. Not only are strawberries, peaches, basil and lavender harvested and sold at their outdoor market, manager Christi Flood’s “haybale artwork” is something you won’t find at too many other farms. She has artistically designed them to catch the attention of tourists and locals traveling down Sea Island Parkway. Today I got up close and personal with her 20 foot long caterpillar, backed up by a teddy bear & 3 minions.
Photo narrative for the Island🌴News (Lowcountry Life) featuring Beaufort City Hall bordered by camellias in the spring is located on 1911 Boundary Street. Beaufort is South Carolina's second oldest city.
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When ‘acupuncture’ comes to mind, visions of needles may not only dance through your head, they might also make you wince at the idea of being pricked, poked and probed. The idea is sort of like the anticipation that builds just before a visit to the dentist.
That's our perception. What about whether or not its actually effective — and if it's questionable for humans, could it ever be helpful for our pets?
What is it?
Acupuncture is the practice of inserting needles into the part of the body ...
While internet marketing models such as CPC (cost per click), CPM (cost per impression) and CPA (cost per action) are still effective, they’ve become more impactful with the advent of affiliate marketing. Using the CPC, CPM and CPA, third party websites (aka the affiliate) can earn lucrative income by becoming an advocate of a brand.
As an iconic member of the big cat family, it’s been immortalized down through the ages. It’s touched our culture in varied ways. We allegorize, analogize and identify with this unique feline creature. We compare it to the human condition in art, folklore, and novels. There was even a political action group called the Black Panther Party which was active during the black protest movement of the 60s and 70s. There are sport teams, comics and of course a superhero and new blockbuster movie, bre...
If you were to Google search ‘Pentobarbital’ and ‘Euthanasia Drug,’ you would find no less than 138,000 SERPs [search engine results pages.] It’s an issue that is killing our dogs, and while its been identified as dangerous by the FDA and recalled by manufacturers, it’s a concern as to why this barbiturate was used as a component in dog food to begin with?
What is this drug?
Pentobarbital is a thiobarbiturate anesthetic (i.e. a barbiturate), which is a class of drugs derived from barbituric a...
Ron Callari, who took this shot, said, “This rickety old children’s playhouse is like something out of Tolkien’s ‘The Hobbit.’” It was taken on a bucolic autumn afternoon in Habersham.
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Ron Callari recently photographed Brogan, the Wheaten at the Habersham Harvest Festival in Beaufort, SC, October 21, 2017. Brogan is one of over 100 dogs photographed in Ron Callari's portfolio collection, titled the DOGS OF HABERSHAM.