Wilmington Riverfront

Stroll along the Christina River on the scenic 1.3-mile Wilmington Riverfront, and you’ll pass something for every mood and every taste. It is a success story in transforming an industrial wasteland into a thriving destination rich in history and filled with recreational, cultural, retail and culinary attractions.

Wilmington Riverfront

Wilmington Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Episcopal Church, Wilmington, Delaware was built in the 1880s. It is a traditional English Gothic structure that features beautiful stained glass windows. The exterior walls are made of rough, dressed Avondale stone, and the church has a high, steeped roof. The church’s tower and spire were added in 1925. Twelve bronze bells in the tower chime the hour.

Wilmington Trinity Episcopal Church

Wilmington Churches and Stained Glass Windows

Wilmington, Delaware has a rich religious history, starting with Holy Trinity Church (also known as Old Swedes) in the 17th century, the nation’s oldest church building still used for worship as originally built. Today, the region boasts hundreds of places of worship, both new and old.

Wilmington Churches and Stained Glass Windows

Good Morning Wilmington, Delaware

Wilmington is the largest and most populous city in the U.S. state of Delaware. The city was built on the site of Fort Christina, the first Swedish settlement in North America. It lies at the confluence of the Christina River and Brandywine River, near where the Christina flows into the Delaware River. 

Will be posting images from this area over the next few weeks. Here is an image of the early morning sunrise reflecting off buildings in downtown Wilmington.

Good Morning Wilmington

Fort Moultrie, South Carolina

Fort Moultrie is a series of fortifications on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina, built to protect the city of Charleston. The first fort, formerly named Fort Sullivan, built of palmetto logs, inspired the flag and nickname of South Carolina, as “The Palmetto State.”

Fort Moultrie, South Carolina
Guarding Fort Moultrie

Boating and Paddling at Shem Creek

One of the best ways to explore Shem Creek is aboard a watercraft! Brave the waves with a paddle out to Crab Island and see the native migratory birds. In the distance, you can also enjoy a unique view of iconic Charleston landmarks such as the Ravenel Bridge, Fort Sumter, and the Charleston Harbor.

Enjoying Paddling on the Water
Boats on Shem Creek