Old Savannah

The waterfront area along the Savannah River in Savannah Georgia is the original and oldest part of the city.  

It's a beautiful stop while driving down I-95.  
It's just a short jaunt off the interstate and there is much to see!

I particularly noticed the old iron balconies high above the colorful flags and blue and white awning.

It is the old brick though that really caught my attention.  If only it could talk!

The hanging moss is a sign you are definitely in Savannah! 
 I wondered though, why the hole in the wall? 

Again, the balconies that have such a wonderful view of the river. 

 The pink brick was everywhere, much easier to walk on than the cobblestone. 

 The shadows under a group of palms make a pretty picture

The road was actually tilted downwards towards the river.

These pink acrylic chairs looked very unusual and very comfortable

There were monuments everywhere

This particular one honored a girl who waved a cloth and welcomed the ships from her home on Elba Island.  She was waving her greeting to every ship from 1887-1931

Now she waves from the waterfront park.  

My next trip through I plan to stay longer!

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Just beautiful but the heat would kill me!! The heat here up north is doing me in!
Thanks so much for stopping by!! Glad you liked the idea of raising the Solar Lights a bit!!

Looks like a great place to visit! I will put it on my list!
Gemma Wiseman said…
Intriguing streetscape images. And I do love those little ironwork balconies.
bj said…
I love the balconies, sidewalk cafes and the mossy trees
bj said…
I love the balconies, sidewalk cafes and the mossy trees
I don't' think I've really seen images of Savannah before-thank you! It is a lovely place! I love that statue of the girl waving.
Claire Justine said…
Beautiful place to be. So many great shadows here.
Rajesh said…
Great shots from old part of the city. Beautiful.
Nonnie said…
The balconies are one of many things my hubby and I liked about New Orleans. We "day-dreamed" about living there. What an interesting story about the girl/woman waving to ships! I like the textures you captured while photographing the shadows. Indeed this is a pretty, charming city.
Linda M. said…
Thanks for sharing your photos of Savanah I would like to visit one day. Thanks also for stopping by and your comments. Have a great week. Joyous Wishes, Linda
Buttercup said…
Thanks for visiting Buttercup's. Hope you will stop by often. Savannah is one of my favorite places. Was back in November for my fifth visit and would be happy to make five more.
SmilingSally said…
Hi Jeannie Marie,

We have Spanish moss hanging from trees in Tampa. I really do not appreciate it. (It takes all kinds!)

Love the blues. Thanks for sharing.

There are several types of crabs and several ways to prepare them. Maryland blue crab cooked with Old Bay Seasoning is the best!

Happy Blue Monday!
Anonymous said…
Happy blue Monday.

We are having a heat wave for about four more days.

I am inside.
NatureFootstep said…
the shadows seem much needed :)
Coo-eee!! It's me! Hey on your next trip Jeanne, I'm coming with you... can you see me waving my cloth from here?!
Wren x
betty-NZ said…
My time in Georgia was before I discovered photography. I would have loved to be there with you!

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