Monday, May 16, 2011

Wrought Iron Initials

Wrought iron initials, Livorno
“Scali del Ponte di Marmo”

Wrought iron initials, Livorno
“Via del Fagiano”

Wrought iron initials, Livorno
“Via de Larderel”

20 comments:

Farmchick said...

Wrought iron is such a timeless look.

Luis Gomez said...

Nice work!

ρομπερτ said...

Giving time a different pace.

Interesting as well the yesterdays entry. Please have a good new week ahead.

daily athens

Jack said...

Wrought iron always seems a sign of strength and power. The first and third are good ones, but the middle one seems a bit too lightweight to convey the usual image of strength.

brattcat said...

You come up with such interesting themes!

Dina said...

Wouldn't it be funny if you found one that says VP ?

cieldequimper said...

I like Jack's concise analytical explanation.
And I really, really like all of these. Elegant.

Traveling Hawk said...

Very nice series! I love old iron work!

Gunn said...

Looks very Royal, and full of style.

joo said...

I love ironworks and the examples here are superb! My favourite is the first one.

Steffe said...

Nice idea for a photo series. You didn't find the initials SJ somewhere did you?

Cezar and Léia said...

These initials are very elegant indeed!
Wonderful details!
Léia

Doug Hickok said...

Wonderful collection VP. Ironwork are among my favorite subjects.

Kaori said...

Love the curly swirvy calligraphy! Wonderful photos ;D

Small City Scenes said...

I have always liked almost anything wrought iron. The initials are excellent. MB

EG Wow said...

I very much like the ironwork with it's graceful flow of lines.

Leif Hagen said...

Very beautiful craftmanship! We don't see that kind of art so much over here I'm afraid!

JM said...

Great idea, VP! Beautiful monograms.

Theanne and Baron said...

Lovely wrought iron...initials so graceful!

Beth Kasper said...

Amazing!
I love this kind of photos!