Elizabeth Hartman and Sidney Poitier in A Patch of Blue, 1965.
Change is descending upon an otherwise quiet, unhurried, unobtrusive place. The main highway, U.S. Route 17, that bisects South Carolina’s ‘lowcountry’, north to south, is being widened to accomodate commerce, tourists, and urban refugees. Not only are many homes, some historic, disappearing before the tracked blades of expansion, but also the new, faster thoroughfare encourages greater disregard and obliviousness to the charm and culture the basin harbors.
"Road Ends in Water", photo essay by Eliot Dudik
Days of Night / Nights of Day by Elena Chernyshova
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