26 February 2010

Joan's Charleston Doors

Rutledge Ave, Charleston, S.C.

Someone has been googling for Charleston doors, so let's take care of that this evening. Larger images found here. This is my alternative to the traditional Charleston Door poster. Enjoy!


BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I can see Scarlett O'Hara walking up the steps in the first photo, crinoline swishing.
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Charlestonjoan said...

Thanks Blossom! The rest of that house fits the image perfectly.

Linda said...

I love seeing pictures of doors. They say so much about a city.

sandy said...

Joan, your such a doll ! your posts are so interesting and whenever you post pictures around the area, i get upset and wonder why i didn't think of it first, but then again you are the pro!
when i see all the beautiful pictures, all i can say to myself is: "I AM SO BLOGGING THAT" LOL

We have got to get together someday soon, right now I am up late as I fell asleep on the recliner and woke up and decided to check my blog and my email one last time, ahhhhh, so now back to sleepy bye land.
I love the picture of you with the silver LOOLL ! excellent picture. too funny, and love your sense of humor !

I am sooooooooooooooooo sorry someone vandalized your back yard, that makes me sad :(
where was the Govenor then? just kidding !
maybe the Govenor's wife, where was she????

the only problem i have with blogging is that people may think i'm braggin on this wonderful, beautiful city we live in, please tell me how to tone it down??????? (is it even possible? ) would they understand ?

Charlestonjoan said...

Linda, Thank you. I find I keep taking pictures of them.

Sandy, Thank you. I am not a "pro", I've just been walking with my camera for a very long time.

Sounds like me except I nod off on my couch :)

Julia said...

Thanks for the doors, they are wonderful and much more Charleston than the official poster! Is #3 the French Huguenot church?

Julia said...

Or rather, #4, I didn't count the Rutledge Street house in my original count!

Susan Moorhead said...

Yowza. I love doors. Gorgeous.

Charlestonjoan said...

Julia - That one is the church on Anson St. by Gaillard Auditorium.

Thanks Susan!