“In my opinion, there’s no better way of experiencing rural South Georgia’s beautiful countryside than a ramble on a dirt road,” photographer Brian Brown writes. We agree and have added this to our list of favorite photos published on this site.
You used to see stores like this all over the South, but they’re slowly being taken away by time and neglect. This store has a Twin City address, which would make you think it’s in Emanuel County, but it’s not, according to VanishingSouthGeorgia.com photographer Brian Brown.
This vernacular, unpainted farmhouse near Denmark, Ga., sits in a pecan grove surrounded by fields. The photo, taken by VanishingSouthGeorgia.com’s Brian Brown, is part of the site’s series of pictures in Bulloch County, Ga.
You can spy hints of three three modes of transportation in this December 2014 taken by Kingstree, S.C., photographer Linda W. Brown. There’s a white horse, wagon wheel and old white sports car.
It looks like a rehab is in the works at this old barn in the Browntown community in lower Florence County, writes Kingstree, S.C., photographer Linda W. Brown.
Kingstree, S.C., photographer Linda W. Brown sends a long this “tired, worn-out Farmall tractor, complete with very flat tires, [that] sits beneath a shed in the Sandy Bay community of Williamsburg County.
This old store, located near Britton’s Neck in Marion County, was probably replaced by the convenience store that is now across the road from it, writes photographer Linda W. Brown of Kingstree, S.C.
Pleasant Hill Methodist Church in Bulloch County, Ga., dates from a time (1879) when men entered the church through one door, the women through another, notes VanishingSouthGeorgia.com photographer Brian Brown in this post.
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