This image is from my trip January of this year to Daufuskie Island, located between Hilton Head Island and Savannah. It is the southernmost inhabited sea island in South Carolina and is accessible only by ferry or barge. With a population of just over 400, Daufuskie Island encompasses a rich cultural experience. The island's historic district has remained untouched to preserve the Gullah culture, and today the entire island is on the National Register of Historic Places. As the story goes, in times past this once proud home was full of life, love, and fun times according to one of the islands lifelong residents. Now it is all it can do to fight off the ravages of time and the elements. Many of the historic buildings on the island have been restored as resources are available, but for some help may not arrive in time.