One of Savannah’s striking features is its historic squares. Each one houses at least one monument and plenty of history to go with it. They’re beautifully designed and are home to some beautiful flowering plants.
At night the squares take on an otherworldly appearance, and you begin to see their ghostly inhabitants out the corner of your eyes.
There are a considerable number of fountains in Savannah.
On a beautiful day, I could see myself hanging out with a book out here in these squares. It’s surprisingly quiet.
Looking up yields spectacular views of dreamy, oak trees enveloped with soft spanish moss.
Jeremy has become my photography compadre over the last few months. He is now fully equipped with his own SLR and lenses!
The early morning light is blue and soft leaving wonderful little patches everywhere.
The evening light is warmer, and the chill settles in.
The monument is much more impressive and a lot less imposing in daylight.
Beautiful horses pull these wagons everywhere! We didn’t get to ride this weekend but we will someday!
I couldn’t get over how beautiful these guys were as the clip clopped by.
Really beautiful! The entire area is a treat for the eyes.
The inside of a tulip tree’s flowers.
Pink seems to be the color of choice for March flowers.
A Georgia Classic! The tulip tree!
A pink flower bush. I wish I knew the genus/species.