Friday, March 30, 2012

It's Friday Fences!

Charleston, SC - a city of romance and old world charm - is the setting for my fences today. We spent a week there in November of 2010.  I am so ready to return - I adore Charleston!  However, I did learn that if you are an early riser, there are very few places to eat!  Charlestonians are definitely NOT in a hurry!





This isn't technically a fence...but, it was so pretty..



Linking to Friday's Fences.

17 comments:

Dianna said...

Charleston IS a beautiful city; Great fence photos!

Beth said...

my hubby family is from Charleston, such a beautiful place indeed. great views. (:

Carletta said...

My husband used to have to travel for work down near Charleston. I went along a couple of times. It really is a 'charming' city.
I like that first gate.

Kathy said...

I love the first fence and I wanna go to Charleston!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I imagine Charleston to be a very elegant city and for some reason I always think of Gone with the Wind when I think of it!

TexWisGirl said...

the decorations on that first gate are interesting. stars and pine trees - made me think of christmas. :)

Jan n Jer said...

Charleston is a most charming town. We have been there and just loved it! Did you get to see the Rainbow houses and the straw market??? I have one of the sweet grass baskets! Nice fence shots!

Rose said...

I love that first fence...it is so pretty.

Marie said...

LOVE that gate! So pretty! And the fences are wonderful too. I love Charleston as well!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

these are some neat fences! don't you think they add a lil mystery to the property? i think so! =)

Red said...

So these fences blow this old farmer away! Wrought iron is very attractive and I admire the people who do wrought iron work as well as photographers who do a good job photographing it.

Betty Roan said...

I haven't been to Charleston, but always wanted to go. Beautiful gates!

Faye said...

Sure your last is a fence--just a balcony fence. Your first photo reminds me of the little "pocket gardens" that are often behind these lovely fences of Charleston. I still have a clear shadow box in which three perfect salmon-colored sea shells are suspended--a memento of this lovely city.

momto8 said...

I would fit right in with the not early riser crowd!!
love your fences!!
thank you for your thoughts today. i appreciate and am grateful for our blogging friendship.
happy happy weekend!

onespoiledcat said...

It's been some years since we visited Charleston but there's no end of great photo ops available with the beautiful architecture, gardens and yes - gates/fences! Some of these look familiar too....which is nice.

Pam

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

CH and I have never been to Charleston. I think we need to check out their fences ;)

gtyyup said...

Never been to the East coast...Charleston looks like a very interesting place to visit. The architecture is what I imagined it to be though.