The wrought iron fences from 100+ years ago is a continuous fascinating photo subject for me. The ‘rust and ruin’ can be beautiful.
The other day I made a point of focusing (pun intended) of the different styles I found on a walk.
Besides an interesting subject it was a good way to work some new gear, and teach my fingers an entirely new set of buttons and dials.
This is a family plot dating to 1858, pre Civil War. The date is important since in a short 5 years the wealth and style here would completely change due to the war.
The fence looks like a garden arbor.
Not all the fence has survived unfortunately. It’s still better than some which are out in the open to the wet, sun, and storms of the Lowcountry.