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One Thousand Gifts / #98-113

I don’t mean to brag, but there really is no place like Charleston, SC.

I found myself behind my camera quite a bit this week and there are so many things that I found to be thankful for. Most of them have something to do with this place I call home–the lowcountry.

What are the things about the place you call home that cause you to give thanks?

Confederate jasmine98. The sweet smell of confederate jasmine

fence covered / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

99. Vine-covered fences

bicycle / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

100. Bicycles and the Lowcountry

flags flying freely

101. Flags flying freely

tomatoes / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

102. Teenage years of a tomato #fried green tomatoes

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103. Sleepy dragon slayer

lemons

104. Making lemonade when life gives you lemons

Grass / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

105. Barefeet sinking into cool, soft, blue-green blades

Screen door / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

106. Screen doors

picnic tables

107. Picnic lunches under the trees

swing

108. Swinging and singing

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109. Psalm 139–Knowing God knows me and always has

Sunflower / Photo by Amy Watson Smith

110. Sticks of sunshine

peanuts

111. Boiled peanuts

watermelons

112. Sweet red interior of watermelon

rainy sunny day

113. Rainy, sunny day

Photographs by Amy Watson Smith, 2013

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One thought on “One Thousand Gifts / #98-113

  1. Reblogged this on Lunch with the Lord and commented:
    I just wanted to share with you some of the new things I have added to my list of 1000 Gifts over the last few weeks. I would love to hear from you about what you are thankful for. Also I would love it if you would visit my primary blog, Making Lemonade, at https://alifeofmakinglemonade.wordpress.com I try to post additions to my gift list on Mondays, add some sort of reflection on my journey on Tuesdays or Wednesdays and post something that has inspired me on Thursdays or Fridays. I hope you all are having an amazing summer!!

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