“It was many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea..." Edgar Allan Poe
I can see Scarlett O'Hara walking up the steps in the first photo, crinoline swishing.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
Thanks Blossom! The rest of that house fits the image perfectly.
I love seeing pictures of doors. They say so much about a city.
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" LOLWe 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????HAHAHHAAAAAAAAAthe 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 ?
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 :)
Thanks for the doors, they are wonderful and much more Charleston than the official poster! Is #3 the French Huguenot church?
Or rather, #4, I didn't count the Rutledge Street house in my original count!
Yowza. I love doors. Gorgeous.
Julia - That one is the church on Anson St. by Gaillard Auditorium. Thanks Susan!
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