Pineapple Fountain, Charleston, SC

The Pineapple Fountain which is part of Charleston Waterfront Park, South Carolina. While we were waiting on the City Gallery to open, they open 10 am (please google that, we went on a Monday, apparently they are closed on Monday, had paid for a parking spot and everything, CHECK THAT 2!!!). Did miss this post "Mary Whyte - We The People", I am sure this art gallery is always changing, we have only visit this once when seeing Mary Whyte's art work. Such a gorgeous area of Charleston, SC. This fountain opened in 1990, the spring after Hurricane Hugo. Pineapples are common within Charleston and they represent hospitality. Thanks for stopping by today. Hope you are well. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ;


This N That said…
I remember seeing this fountain when we were there..Beautiful...Sorry that the gallery wasn't open..worth the time..HAppy Sunday..
Ruth Hiebert said…
That is a gorgeous fountain.
George said…
I've been to this fountain several times while in Charleston. Charleston is a great city to walk through, especially the historical district.
Linda said…
Nice! Clever use of pineapple symbol.
R's Rue said…
Love the fountain.

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