Robert Clark has photographed South Carolina for over 30 years. A native of Charlotte, NC, Robert's photography has appeared in National Geographic books, Newsweek, Smithsonian, and photographic awards annuals such as Print and Communication Arts. Robert's specialties include architectural/interior photography, editorial, advertising and fine art photography. Robert has photographed six coffee-tablebooks on South Carolina with the latest book-Reflections of South Carolina-Volume Two, released in June 2014.
A classic Lowcountry scene from years past, this photo was taken in Beaufort, SC
A dynamic scene where this tree appears to “kiss the wave” on a Jeckyll Island Beach.
Sunshine dries hayrolls in a foothills pasture.
A full moon sets over the Hunting Island Lighthouse
The state tree of South Carolina at sunrise
The South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia, South Carolina.
The iconic Angel Oak is perhaps South Carolina’s oldest Live Oak.