27 April 2013

Through Charleston's gates

Bull St., Charleston, S.C.
I do a lot of peeking through Charleston gates into private gardens. Sometimes someone peeks back at me.

If you like wrought iron work as much as I do, pay a visit to VanessaK's amazing photos.

12 comments:

  1. nicely framed. looks as if you caught him in the midst of doing a bit of gardening.

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    1. Yes! I think the rake was a good touch.

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  2. a great book about Charleston metalwork...includes location maps, very nice stuff

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    1. Thanks Fritz. Philip Simmons was amazing, wasn't he? What a gift he gave Charleston.

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  3. Yes he was....it is also a good thing that his work was chronicled , that rarely happens

    Blacksmithing is my line of work also , I might be working for the Ole Charleston Blacksmith Co
    this year and moving to your City, I enjoy reading your Blog it is getting me psyched for the possible move...

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    1. That is great! What a perfect place for a blacksmith. Come on down!

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  4. Looks like the nymph is doing some cleanup.

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  5. Bravo for this fine bit of framing, Joan. I admire beautiful ironwork, and this sure is a good example.

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  6. I will be the dork that points out the word you're looking for is "peek". 8-) Don't thank me, just throw money.

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    1. Marcheline - it takes a village to correct my grammar and and spelling - join the family! Thanks. I think I made that mistake before.

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