brittanycalla #tbt My lovely sister, Culleoka, TN (2011) Rifling through the negative archive, I found this scan that I hadn't even bothered to dust off 23h

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brittanycalla My new favorite spot
Thanks for the photo @morglivingston
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brittanycalla Late-blooming azaleas were out of the iPhone's color gamut, but I kinda like it #nofilter 2w

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brittanycalla Oh South Carolina, you make my heart ache 3w

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brittanycalla Noni's house 3w

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brittanycalla Wavering Place Plantation c.1768 | Lower Richland, SC
I don't think I'll ever be able to get these big houses quietly existing in the back roads of South Carolina out of my head... Thanks for letting me visit last week @waveringplaceplantation!
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brittanycalla sister 4w

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brittanycalla Never seen a pink dogwood 1mon

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brittanycalla Separation anxiety—apparently I'm not comfortable leaving town without digital, medium, and large formats with me 😶 1mon

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brittanycalla Lil sibs were our first Louisville visitors 1mon

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brittanycalla Chill spot for the day 1mon

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brittanycalla Walked to Indiana - it's just like Parks and Recreation 2mon

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brittanycalla Growing up in suburban Florida, I never dreamed I would live in South Carolina. But my love for this state has grown so much since I moved to the Lowcountry three years ago. My heart is heavy as I think about relocating to Louisville and leaving this place... But I've seen three dolphins in the river for the past three days and I think that's a good sign. 2mon

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brittanycalla "Fixing up the yard" 2mon

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brittanycalla hey. 2mon

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brittanycalla Camellia japonica - first brought to American plantations in 1786 by botanist André Michaux. Plants in Charleston today can be traced back to descendants from 17th century Europe. 3mon

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brittanycalla Macarons-all-day 🌝 3mon

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brittanycalla Valentine's Day gifts from @morglivingston 3mon

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brittanycalla Always marshy 4mon

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