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Jan 29, 2019 22:27:30   #
jwoj69
 
Hello. I'm new to the area. I just moved in few months ago and I'm looking for the best scenic locations in South Carolina, Greenville area. Thank you. Jack.

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Jan 29, 2019 22:46:56   #
PixelStan77 (a regular here)
 
jwoj69 wrote:
Hello. I'm new to the area. I just moved in few months ago and I'm looking for the best scenic locations in South Carolina, Greenville area. Thank you. Jack.
Jack, check these out.
https://infinitymkt.com/the-10-most-instagrammable-places-in-greenville/

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Jan 29, 2019 22:50:44   #
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Jan 29, 2019 23:44:32   #
CHG_CANON (a regular here)
 
As you begin to adventure around South Carolina, visit the historic state capital in Columbia, about a 90-minute one-way trip.

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Jan 30, 2019 00:26:30   #
gwilliams6
 
You absolutely have to do Charleston, Hunter Island, Paris Island, Hilton Head and the Low country.

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Jan 30, 2019 00:39:22   #
Dave327
 
Also, Asheville and the Biltmore Estate - the largest single residence in the US. The place and the landscaped grounds are just amazing. Their Christmas decorating is a real show, but it is growded. I have been there twice and will go again. A spring visit when all the trees and flowers are blooming has got to be awesome. Everything is meticulously maintained. Everthing in the mansion is original as built.

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Jan 30, 2019 05:40:39   #
kcj
 
Where in SC do you live I mean what area

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Jan 30, 2019 06:16:02   #
cameraf4 (a regular here)
 
Campbells Bridge is the only covered bridge left in South Carolina. It is only about 40min from you. Table Rock SP and Caesars Head SP are, also, close by. When spring starts to liven-up the countryside, be sure to visit them.

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Jan 30, 2019 07:15:05   #
wbauknight
 
You might want to place Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway on you list. They are not that far away. There are also many beautiful wayerfalls in western South Carolina and Western North Carolina.

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Jan 30, 2019 07:36:42   #
bikerguy
 
jwoj69 wrote:
Hello. I'm new to the area. I just moved in few months ago and I'm looking for the best scenic locations in South Carolina, Greenville area. Thank you. Jack.


For the last 10 years, I have lived in Greenville. Depending upon what you like to shoot, there is downtown in the evening, waterfalls abound in both SC and western NC. The various national forests have some beautiful areas. Table Rock SP at the lake is very photogenic. For flowers and an old cabin the SC Botanical Gardens at Clemson. Further afield for wading birds is Huntington Beach SP.

Just a quick sample.

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Jan 30, 2019 07:36:59   #
Bigmike1 (a regular here)
 
If you face west you will see the mountains. Take a drive and you will see all sorts of places with beautiful scenery. Go up to Asheville and over the Blue Ridge Parkway. Go up to Mount Mitchell. This should supply you with photo opportunities for the next 50 years or so. Lake Lure and Chimney Rock offer great scenery.

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Jan 30, 2019 07:45:44   #
Retina
 
bikerguy wrote:
For the last 10 years, I have lived in Greenville. Depending upon what you like to shoot, there is downtown in the evening, waterfalls abound in both SC and western NC. The various national forests have some beautiful areas. Table Rock SP at the lake is very photogenic. For flowers and an old cabin the SC Botanical Gardens at Clemson. Further afield for wading birds is Huntington Beach SP.

Just a quick sample.

Isn't there a place called "Twin Falls" that may not be on a map, but the locals know?

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Jan 30, 2019 07:47:38   #
brow3904
 
jwoj69 wrote:
Hello. I'm new to the area. I just moved in few months ago and I'm looking for the best scenic locations in South Carolina, Greenville area. Thank you. Jack.


Two more great places for photos are the zoo and gardens in Columbia. Gardens bloom a little earlier than most due to the sandy soil and warmer temps so check the web for best time to visit. Greenville downtown area has some beautiful area with the river and the circular bridge along with the tree lined main street. Also a small zoo.

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Jan 30, 2019 11:26:20   #
gypsylarry
 
Asheville and the Biltmore are not in SC but western North Carolina.

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Jan 30, 2019 11:38:46   #
Al Freeedman
 
Be sure you visit Brook Green Gardens. It's about 20 miles south of Myrtle Beach, and a little south of Huntington State Park On Rt 17. Also, if you go to Charleston, Georgetown is only about 20 miles further south on Rt 17. Plan several hours visiting Brook Green Garden.

Captain Al

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