Columbia SC Photographer | Inundated: Photos from the Flood - A book of photography by Sean Rayford

 

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Inundated is a documentary book of photography by Sean Rayford made over an eight day period in October of 2015 during historic flooding in the state of South Carolina. The 8 x 10 inch image wrap hardback edition is 50 pages long and features photographs made in Columbia, Eastover, Eutawville, Andrews and in the Brown's Ferry Community in Georgetown County between October 4 and October 11, 2015.

All proceeds from the book will go to the South Beltline/Gills Creek Community Relief Foundation.

Book purchases will be available for local pickup on Thursday October 6, during the opening for Documents(s), a companion photography exhibit at the Anastasia Gallery in coordination with First Thursday on Main St. in Columbia, SC.

 

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Flood 28574Flood 28574COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 4: A man kayaks on Tall Pines Circle October 4, 2015 in Columbia, South CarolinThe state of South Carolina experienced record rainfall amounts over the weekend. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images) Flood day 8 36625Flood day 8 36625Photos by Columbia SC photographer Sean Rayford Flood day 7 36531Flood day 7 36531ANDREWS, SC - OCTOBER : October 9, 2015 in Andrews, South Carolina. The state of South Carolina experienced record rainfall amounts over the weekend but floodwaters continue to affect communities as they move out to sea. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images) Flood 27779Flood 27779COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 4: Charlene Stennis takes her son Christian Hoo-Fong from a fireman after being stranded in a vehicle by flood water October 4, 2015 in Columbia, South Carolina. The state of South Carolina is experiencing record rainfall amounts. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images) Flood 28242Flood 28242COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 4: People walk across the Gervais Street Bridge to see the rising waters of the Congaree River October 4, 2015 in Columbia, South Carolina. The state of South Carolina is experiencing record rainfall amounts. (Photo by Sean Rayford/Getty Images)