The Supermoon rising over Charleston; captured in the waters of Colonial Lake.
This handsome house, built in 1929 on reclaimed land on South Battery, is picture perfect with its gold guardian.
These beautiful window boxes can be found on the house at the corner of State Street and Lodge Alley. Charleston window boxes are amazing!
The Charleston Farmer’s Market is ranked as one of the best in the country. There are tons of things to buy and eat, and it’s a real gathering spot every Saturday morning. Right in the middle of it is a hunk of rock surrounded by an iron fence, called the Horn Work. See and read about just what cool piece of rock it is here.
The pretty streetscape can be found on one of the smallest streets in Charleston — Short Street. Yes, really.
The top of the facades along King Street on a beautiful Charleston day.
This beautiful sun-dappled house on Church Street dates back to 1785. The cast ironwork was added in the 1820’s. The difference between cast and wrought iron is that cast iron comes from the molten metal being poured into a mold, which hardens into a repeatable form. Wrought iron is shaped by hand, with the hot metal being hammered into the desired form.