Savannah City Hall

Savannah City Hall I didn’t know this at the time, but I’ve since learned that the very top dome of the Savannah City Hall was covered with gold in 1987. Now that’s quite an ambitious statement. Here in Central Florida, I hear news reports all the time about people getting busted for stealing copper. Just […]

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Savannah's Greene Square

Greene Square in Savannah

Greene Square in Savannah [pinit]  I came across Greene Square in Savannah while wandering through the town one evening. This square was dedicated in 1799 and named after Major General Nathanael Greene. I know, because it says so on the plaque. Greene was a Revolutionary War hero and an aide to General Washington. That resonates with […]

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Lucas Theatre

Savannah’s Lucas Theatre The Lucas Theatre in Savannah really caught my eye on an evening photo walk. I only spent a night in Savannah during my trip home from the D.C. area, but it was a cool place to walk around and explore.  Live music playing through the air, plenty of restaurants and activity, old […]

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Oak Avenue

Wormsloe Plantation’s Oak Avenue – it’s a popular place for photographers and you can find many images similar to this one.  Even so, each one is a bit different. Some like to shoot through the main gate.  Others like to head down the road a bit to include a white fence on the horizon.  The […]

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