Thursday, March 22, 2012

charleston sets a very fine table

for those
who love
architectural feasts

(and for those who prefer things a bit more literal:
the shrimp and grits, nick's barbecue,
she-crab soup, red-chicken stew,
collard greens and charleston baked beans
were all pretty life-changing, too)

17 comments:

Doug Hickok said...

I agree, and you have illustrated this delightful feast wonderfully!

Cathy Hudspeth said...

I love both the literal and architectural/esoteric! Lovely shots.

Don't unplug your hub. said...

Love the wall colour in that last shot.

Sharon said...

Wow, a feast for the eyes and the palate too!

Cezar and Léia said...

Romantic balcony and so beautiful details in these pictures.The architecture is adorable.
I'm delighted by the composition with the street lamp, I like a lot this kind of picture.Thanks for sharing,
Léia

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Does Charleston have a bit of French influence in it's architecture Brattcat, if so I can totally see the relationship to cuisine!

cieldequimper said...

She-crab???

This is exquisite.

Kate said...

I am taking notes as fast as I can!!

Pierre said...

Beautiful! Great light, colours and subject!

Rob and Mandy said...

Aaahhh, Charleston baked beans... Superb architecture as well, love the first photo!

Malyss said...

All is delightful there, architecture and food, it seems..With a real feeling of southern life.

Sharon Creech said...

You found some beautiful spots - very New Orleans-y.

Carraol said...

Beautiful moments, the harmony of Art and flavors!

Gunn said...

Beautiful details in the buildings.

Steffe said...

Wow.

JM said...

What a wonderful set of photos! Love them all.

slim said...

Delightful glimpse. I will but Charleston on my "must see" list.