Sunday afternoon I went to Savannah by myself for the first time in ages. It was a gloriously beautiful day. It was one of those days you only see a handful of times in a year. The days that prompt you to praise God for the beauty he gave us on this earth.
One thing I love about living in the South is the Spanish moss. It is absolutely breathtaking! It drapes the famed Savannah oaks with cascading willowy capes. It almost makes up for the lack of leaves changing colors in the fall. Almost.
I only walked around for a short while. My knee is getting better, but after a while I realized I had been walking around snapping pictures like a tourist for nearly two hours. Oops. Time flies when you’re having fun!
I really wanted some ice-cream from Leopold’s but the line was out the door. Literally. I can still count on it being hot enough for ice-cream well into October and November. Any takers?
In a few hours I will take on a 3-hour private photography tour of Savannah. Excited is an understatement! I’m already comfortable in shooting in AV mode (aperture priority) on my DSLR. The photographers told me that I’d be shooting in full manual by the end of our session! Yay!
Expect another photo dump of pictures of Savannah soon. This city is truly a dream for photography. It’s just gorgeous.
Have you been to Savannah?