Usually when walking and shooting around town I tend to photograph wide, like buildings and scenes.
The other day I used a longer telephoto and paid more attention to the ‘little things’. Charleston is filled with them.
Sitting on the corner of an old home was this small statue. I shot through a wrought iron fence to capture some of the shapes in the fore ground. Maybe add some other interest to the image.
Again behind an iron fence, but being an old canon gave it appeal all by itself.
And then the gargoyle on the wall published in a previous article. This had everything, moss, palms, old brick, it’s all there.
And last here is typical Charleston. The number address is even a ‘half’. The old bird cage was empty.
This porch even had a Joggling-Board. An old 1800’s style rocking bench that has been associated with two people courting. The board was for seating, being flexible it bounced, the people ultimately shifting closer and closer to the middle…and each other.
Taken around Charleston, South Carolina on a nice spring day March 2020.