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St. Simon's Church v2 iPhone case by Charles Hite. Protect your iPhone with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your iPhone for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
The shell of St. Simon's Episcopal Church, in the rural community of Peak, in Newberry County. The church was organized in 1889, and this building... more
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Protect your with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
The shell of St. Simon's Episcopal Church, in the rural community of Peak, in Newberry County. The church was organized in 1889, and this building was constructed in 1900. According to local folks, this church was last an active church in the early 1920's. It's located on Nelums Street. Taken 2-23-2014, before the cross fell over. People ask me and I've wondered why this church went "inactive". In 2016 at Soda City, an older black man was gazing at this image. We started talking, I related the history above as I had read it. He said the reason it went "inactive" was because in the 1920's there were no jobs around here and a lot of black people moved north. Don't know that for a fact but it makes sense. In the Fall of 2017 I met the great grand son of a member who helped build this church. Met him at Soda City Market in Columbia, SC, at my photo booth. He told me his great grand dad's nickname was "Ham Bone"...I gave him a print.
Charles Hite is a life-long resident of Lexington County, in South Carolina. His professions have included, the U.S. Army (serving in Germany), licensed professional land surveyor, sales/customer service rep, and right-of-way agent with the SCDOT. In addition to photography, his hobbies include astronomy and landscape gardening. His venture into serious photography began in 2009 at age 60. At the encouragement of family and friends, he began selling his photos in late 2012 at Soda City Market in Columbia, SC. His love of nature in all aspects can be seen in his photos. He enthusiastically enjoys sharing the stories of his photos with others, and listening to their stories. Most of his scenic photos are from SC and the Midlands,...
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