SC – Georgetown, The Waccamaw River. Georgetown was a huge center for rice cultivation with possibly as much as 35.000 acres under cultivation. The fields are in various phases of disintegration. –Description from photographer, David Soliday.
GA – Ogeechee River. These extensive fields just south of Savannah are steeped in history. Maybe most notable is that Darien (to the south) was burned in 1863 by the African-American 54th Massachusetts Volunteers. In the very far distance is Henry Ford's plantation. River. Clearly, nature has not been these fields' friend. – Description from photographer, David Soliday.
SC – Georgetown Area. Simply a photograph illustrating different stages of erosion in the Georgetown, SC region. This disintegrating field is closer to the coast generating far different vegetation than inland fields. –Description from photographer, David Soliday.
SC – Georgetown. Only right angles distinguish these having been once cultivated in rice. What is astounding is that they are so close to the ocean - explained by 5 large freshwater rivers flowing into the Winyah Bay. –Description from photographer, David Soliday.