This past Friday I headed out with my sister to the Old Sheldon Church Ruins in Yemassee, South Carolina. We travelled about an hour south of Charleston to the ruins and it was breathtaking – the drive and the ruins! : )
The church was built in the 1740s and 50s and held its first service in 1757. Sadly, it was set fire during the Revolutionary and Civil War. Today however, the history of these ruins still remains and continues as people plan weddings and engagement at the ruins
It is a truly one of a kind place in the Lowcountry and even if you aren’t planning a wedding it’s worth a little detour south of Charleston. : ) I hope you guys enjoy the photos from my outdoor site adventures!