Spring in Savannah is still one of my favorite things. This lovely cherry tree was on one of the city's square near the river front.
Tug boats make me smile. In my book, they are the heroes of any port. When a large ship from some far away place begins to make its way down the Savannah River, these little guys jump into action pushing and angling them until they are safe at the dock. And I'm almost certain that [...]
Things I love about living in Georgia: springtime flowers in Savannah, warm temperatures, and sunshine!
The live oaks in Savannah are losing their leaves and new ones are appearing. It is springtime in coastal Georgia!
This is a Red Bud tree. . . . I have never understood why it is called "red" when it's actually pink. But as I grow older I'm learning to accept the things I can't change. (smile)
There is something about Spanish moss that just rings true of the deep south—southern Georgia and northern Florida for sure. Here's a captured moment for all my northern and even my England viewers. A couple of scenes from the very deep south and yes, that is definitely "Gone with The Wind" southern moss in the [...]
Back in the late 80's and I guess even earlier than that Eugenia Price practically "owned" E. Shavers bookstore. This is where she launched many of her book tours and where so many of her friends hung out with her in Savannah. When I'm in the city, I always drop by for a visit and [...]
The azaleas are not in bloom yet but the camellias are. This one was in the front yard of Andrew Low's house. I can't even remember where I took this. I know this lamp was at the end of one of the squares. Savannah is such a green and alive city.