Wrought Iron Window, Charleston, SC


Thinking of friends in Charleston after the hurricane.

Monochromia

Architecture, Window, Nikon, Black and White, Monochrome Wrought Iron Window, Charleston, SC

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Categories: Architecture, Black and White, City Scenes, Lines and Shadows, Monochromia, PhotographyTags: , , , , , ,

37 comments

  1. Beautiful. You have such a wonderful way of capturing atmosphere. I want to sit down and gaze.

  2. I get to visit Charleston for the first time in a few weeks. I’m looking forward to it.

  3. a brilliant shot with a brilliant reflection!!

  4. Nice. Wrought iron patterns can become very elaborate. The craftsmanship that goes into it is very impressive.

    • Thank you, David. Fascinating and Charleston is full of fine examples. A famous iron craftsman, Phillip Simmons who died at 97, created many of the beautiful iron gates and ornaments around the city.

  5. Reality and the Dream in one…Gorgeous

  6. Jane, I am loving the beautiful contrast of this great image. Well done!

  7. Well seen and excellent in monochrome, Jane. Hopefully Dorian doesn’t create as much damage for Charleston as the poor Bahamas received.

  8. Great shadow and pattern play in one go,

  9. Nice version of the window, the iron work is so unique I recognized it immediately.

    As for the storm, it’s fading as I type this. Winds are still high, water is up, but hurricanes are the price we pay to live here. It’s a photographer’s heaven.

    • So glad you fared well, Ted, and are safe. Charleston certainly is a photographer’s dream which I loved for fifteen years. Now it’s earthquake and fire worries in a very different kind of photography heaven. 😉

  10. hi jane, this is really a wonderful window, i like it a lot.
    greetings robert

  11. Very nice picture, and I hope Dorian is not as hard on the southeastern US as it was on the Bahamas.

  12. What a wonderful picture Jane! How the flower is drawn by the shadow. Beautiful.

  13. I look forward to visiting Charleston. As you stated, I hope it won’t be too negatively affected by the hurricane. Have been to Savannah and enjoyed its rich architecture.

  14. I look forward to visiting Charleston in the near future. Have been to Savannah and enjoyed its rich architecture.

  15. Great capture, especially with the shadowing. Dorian is a whooper of a storm. I feel for the folks who lost everything in the Bahamas, and now the US.

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