Field Photos, Edition No. 2: Greenville, SC

best Greenville SC hotel

It’s no secret that one of my favorite places on earth is nestled into the piedmont region of the Appalachian Mountains. Just a few hours from the beach and just a stone’s throw from the mountains, Greenville, South Carolina is a gem that’s seen unprecedented development in it’s downtown corridor.

From the beauty of the Westin Poinsett (pictured above and below), to the thrilling suspension bridge in Falls Park, Greenville is bustling with local southern flavor, the right mixture of traditional and modern architecture, and plenty to see and do, all on one street!

Greenville, SC the best hotel

Greenville, SC city hall

Greenville PavilionThis outdoor pavilion on the Reedy River is the site of plenty of outdoor receptions. Beautiful!

Greenville, SC architecture

Greenville, SC suspension bridge




Greenville, SC cook's kitchen

Greenville, SC pavilion

Greenville best coffee houseAnd what other city leaves engraved advice on the stones you walk on?  Answer: no cities.

Greenville Stone 2

Greenville StonesGreenville Statue



  1. I am loving your pictures, and I know you are loving your new camera!

  2. Thanks for making me soo homesick for Greenvile. Great post! I feel like I could write an entire blog just about my love for that special place.


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