MORE PIX of the Great Charleston Snow of 2018

“Miriam,” by photographer Trey Hopkins. More: Used with permission.

Staff reports  |  With so many people enthusiastically responding with more great photos of the Great Charleston Snow of 2018 [Note to self: Write “snow,” not “snot”] and its slow-melting aftermath, we thought we’d provide you with some more looks about what’s happened in the area.

  • If you missed our original photo collection, click here.

Below are 30 more photos — this time from two dozen shutterbugs — organized in three basic categories:  People, places and things.  Enjoy!

People (and pets)

Dacota loved rolling in the snow on Edisto Beach on Thursday. Photo by Conchi Griffin Catlett Geiner.

Lumpy and Seamus pictured with owner Amy Fabri on James Island.

Having fun in the snow near Village Green in West Ashley. Photo by Steve Wilson.

Stella Gray, 12, jumps for joy in Mount Pleasant during the snow. Photo by Stanfield Gray.

Naomi and Chris Burkhardt made a snowman augmented with HVAC parts in Charleston. Photo by Susan Burkhardt.

Roy Willey and his son along Low Battery in the snowstorm. Photo provided.

A feline trapeze artist balances on this fence. Photo by Colleen Condon.

Chuck Boyd’s cat watched the snowstorm in Hanahan, but didn’t seem too enamored by it.

Alice Wakefield sent along this photo taken during the storm at the corner of Church and Queen streets in Charleston.

Old-school snow protection. (This look very much like shoes seen in the editor’s house). Photo by Kathy Moore.


Stuart Williams offered this great shot of the Angel Oak on Johns Island.

Blizzard in West Ashley. Photo by Trey Hopkins.

Rustic cabin near Ridgeville. By Lindsay Street.

Patriotic snowfall on Johns Island. Photo by Linda Ketner.

A drone captured a winter wonderland around Doug Holmes’ home on Johns Island.

Moonrise over a cove on Lake Marion. Photo by Ann Thrash.

The sun blinks in Hanahan on the morning after the storm. Photo by Chuck Boyd.

Elizabeth Halberstadt captured the snowy beauty of the marsh along the West Ashley Greenway.


The best snow gauge in Charleston. Photo by Nikki Jones, West Ashley.

The best Charleston snow sculpture we saw. Photo from downtown Charleston by Mary Molony Bunch.

Jan Marvin sent in this picture of a cardinal eating from a feeder in her Dunes West neighborhood.

Cold camellia in West Ashley. Photo by Kathy Moore.

You can almost taste the juicy, sour-sweet coldness in these grapefruits in Katny Moore’s West Ashley yard.

Birds trekked across the snow in a parking lot along Sam Rittenberg Blvd. Photo by Hillary Repik.

What is it? A bird feeder, of course. Photo by Magi Griffin, James Island.

Icy, but festive, railing on James Island. Photo by Kathleen Wilson.

Frozen wreath near Lake Marion. Photo by Ann Thrash.

Star Wars visitors in Carolina Bay area of West Ashley. Photo by Susannah Sheldon.

Joyous snowman in Mount Pleasant. Photo by Sarah Shad Johnson.

And last, but not least, a cold Palmetto in Hampton Park rounds out the photos for the Great Charleston Snow of 2018. Photo by Celeste James.



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