The amazing roots of this American Beech will be carefully protected from construction of a new music building at the Governor’s School above it.
Kiden, the new baby giraffe follows her mother Autumn around the paddock in the Greenville Zoo. Born on January 31 2018, the name Kiden is African for “girl who is born after 3-plus boys.”!
This sculpture shows students descending the front steps of the Sterling High School and setting out into the world. Sterling High School was the first black high school in Greenville county and was in operation from 1896 to 1970.
Looking down the sidewalk along North Main Street.
The Duke Energy Outdoor Classroom is a new addition to the Caine Halter YMCA. It is a network of forest paths connecting with the YMCA spirit center along the Reedy River front.
Ever wonder how maintenance is done to detailed building features high in the air? As seen in this photo from Frank Mansbach, a crane is used to hoist workers in a basket to the peak of the Greenville Water System building on Prospect Hill. A wider view is shown below to give perspective.
The play Clybourne Park is highlighted at The Warehouse Theatre.
The falls with the Camperdown project construction crane in the background. This was taken before the Hurrican Irma storm.
A cook puts the finishing touches on a large dish for the Brunch for a cause.
The sculpture Vélocité by artist Yuri Tsuzuki has been installed on River Street in front of the Link Apartments in the West End. The plaque reads:
Cycling is beauty and balance in movement and momentum.