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a cypress tree hung with Spanish moss in the ACE Basin, South Carolina
November 6, 2014

River Lady

South Carolina’s ACE Basin harbors a wealth of wildlife and history. Here, a moss-hung cypress keeps watch over the placid waters of the Lowcountry basin, named for three rivers that run through it: the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto.

See more pictures from the November 2014 feature story “Lowcountry Legacy.” Musi recounts the humorous tale of a story eight years in the making on our Photography blog, Proof.

Photograph by Vincent J. Musi
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