Reflections of South Carolina, Volume 2
From the Appalachians to the Atlantic, South Carolina's awe-inspiring beauty is revealed in this visually stirring and heart-warming tribute to one of America's favorite vacation destinations. Rich with 250 stunning photographs, this second volume of Reflections of South Carolina takes readers on a path of discovery that reveals charming country stores, water-powered gristmills, enchanting meadows, and extraordinary people and places. From angles high and low, this keepsake book illuminates the state's summits, swamps, shores, and islands that brim with life, beauty, and culture—including the Johnson Collection and Spartanburg's Hub City Bookshop.
Robert C. Clark's work has appeared in National Geographic books, Newsweek, Smithsonian, photographic awards annuals such as Print and Communication Arts, and magazines too numerous to list. He has collaborated on three previous USC Press books with Tom Poland. Tom Poland writes columns about the South and its people, traditions, lifestyle, and culture for newspapers and journals in Georgia and South Carolina. In addition, Poland has coauthored Save the Last Dance for Me: A Love Story of the Shag and the Society of Southern Stranders, also published by USC Press. Clark and Poland's first edition of Reflections is one of the University of South Carolina Press's most popular titles. A foreword by New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe complements the photographs and text.