Oh, many times I have walked these bricks.
What a wonderful shot of the famous river front with that fabulous bridge in the background.
Isn't it a wonderful place?
Many childhood memories were made here. I can remember it well.
Thanks for posting this.
What are you doing in Savannah now anyway?
You certainly do get around. I envy your freedom.
Marilyn Whiteley said:
Mary Alice, I'm so glad to hear from you, and I'm delighted that my photo brings back memories. Yes, it is a wonderful place!
I worked very hard doing research in Atlanta last week, and so did my husband, doing research for me. Spending seven hours a day there--taking out one hour for lunch and working really intently for six hours, reading old handwriting and taking notes into a computer--is really tiring! So our plan is to get away each weekend.
This past weekend we went to Savannah. Even though the weather wasn't ideal, it was great to get away! We spent Saturday outside of the city, and then Sunday morning we explored a bit of the city (where we had been once before). In the early afternoon we had a nice drive through a wildlife refuge before we headed back to Atlanta. And yes, we did see plenty of your snow on our way back!
Now we've settled down to another week of hard work, much refreshed by our weekend away.
I like this atmosphere too, but more without rain.
Best wishes Hans
Wet, but interesting. An old lamp on the left, modern bridge in the distance, nature present with a bird in the sky and moist on your raincoat.
Industry with boats and loading docks. what more do i need to say! Lovely picture! Gr, Ed.
A very beautiful place and shot, Marilyn; brava.
Ciao from Italy. Flavio
Beautiful composition Marilyn, and very elegant natural colors.
Thank you for your comments, Pioches, Hans, Ed, Flavio, and Victor, and thanks for the link, Pioches.
Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
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Photo taken in Historic District - North, Savannah, GA, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location