By Linda Dilgren: I took this photo in downtown Charleston 2013. I love the simplicity of it.
By Dorothy Holland: Charleston, my front yard.
By Sean Hartman
By Dieter Urbanski: Entry gate in Paris, France
By George Frink: Photo of a Charleston Gate located
South of Broad.
By Blanche V. Lloyd: Recently, while strolling with my husband on a cold but clear January Sunday, I discovered this iron work on South Battery. The detail on this fence top was set off by the backdrop of the lovely white mansion and cobalt blue sky. Quite fierce looking!
By Amy Edenfield
By Daniel Price: This is a handmade wrought iron real estate sign that I recently made. It would be used as a selling tool for agents that sell "upscale" houses. Several hand bent scrolls, welded and painted black
By Sally Howard: Taken at Magnolia Cemetery.
By Cory Stratton: Meeting Street.
By Sherry J. Kincaid: The Miles Brewton House Downtown Charleston. I took this picture 2-2-14. A National Historic Monument.
By Michael Trotman: Isle of Palms.
By Gaye Sanders Fisher: Photo was taken through my kitchen window looking into our garden on Church Street.
By Jennifer Holstein
By Tom Taylor: We live in Old Village in Mount Pleasant in a 1895 home. This wrought iron gate has been up at least 50 years. I thought it was a good look during last week's storm. Our dog, Herry, still needs his walk and my wife, Serena, was happy to take him.
By Melissa Levesque: Gate detail on the corner of Queen and Meeting Street (Counting House).
By Nancy L Williams: One of the many great uses for wrought iron: a resting place for dragonflies. This photo was taken in my Summerville garden.
By Beth Kirchner: Old Village in Mount Pleasant.
By Jim Miller: One of my favorites - the Sword Gate.
By John McArdle: Taken at a neighborhood near the Battery in Charleston. March 2013
By Angie Bridges: Somewhere on East Bay Street.
By David AvRutick: Gibbes Street
By Kristy W. Ragsdale: Morris Island Lighthouse steps.
By Andy Murphy: My photo of the Mayor's Gate at the Charlotte Street Park dedication ceremony. It is beautiful in its own right and I have inverted the colors for a special effect.
By Darrell Weaver: Taken in the Old Village.
By Rod Stadum
By Linda Fantuzzio: An iron fence at Magnolia Cemetery.
By Phyllis Small: French Hugenot Church, Charleston .
By Amy DeWitt McArdle: The battery area: we walked around and took photos. Taken March 2013.
By Brent Paape: This photo is of the wrought iron fence that surrounds the Charleston Customs House on East Bay in downtown Charleston, with the Customs House in the background.
By Barbara Gore: The old city jail.
By Summer Delgado: Downtown Charleston.
By Ronald H. Kahn: Gate done by Richard Simmons, taken 12/2013, in Charleston.
By Arthur C. Ellis
By Christy Staton: Glebe St. on the Charleston peninsula.