Beautiful doors, earthquake bolts and wonderful flower boxes can be found all around Charleston. These are on Anson Street.
These window boxes on Tradd Street made me smile. Very spring-like!
The sheen from a light rain added another layer of magic to the Charleston night on Tradd Street.
Charleston’s history as a vibrant port city is a direct link to the cobblestone streets that still remain today. The stones that pave the streets were originally used as ballast for the empty trading sailing ships that would call on Charleston. As they loaded their goods, the weight of the stones was no longer needed. The discarded stones would then be used to pave the streets. That’s why all the cobblestone streets in Charleston are clustered by where the piers were. This beautiful example is Chalmers Street.
This is one of the beautiful fountains scattered around Charleston and can be found in Wragg Square. If you look closely, there are cool little fish standing on their heads all around the base.