More Savannah Photos

Ivy covered apartments
Lily fountain in the back gardens of the Thomas Home
Street of stones
Bright berries on an espaliered shrub in a formal garden.
The garden path
 Last of fall
 River front shop
Gray brick street
Wrought iron stairway
River front side of upper street buildings
The Savannah Queen
Airplane passing low over the river
Old train depot
Back of statue at Telfair Mansion and art museum.
 My favorite shop display
 Cook’s mobile
Wonderful trees in one of the 22 town squares
A store front and staircase to apartments
High class apartments
 Table made of a bald cypress log
Spreading oak trees
Ivy  and moss clinging to a wrought iron fence above a brick wall
Brickwork and ivy on an old house 
Gate to a cobblestone courtyard beside an old church building
My sky window
A slate tiled sidewalk
A mansion with a widow’s walk
 Fountain in Forsyth Park
Formal garden in winter
What a great southern porch!

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