busker and fellow
....singing and swaying for tips.
don't make my picture, lady!
... I'm never deterred by that request...this is inside a candy shop on River Street in Savannah, GA.
river boat just landing
Savannah has it all goin' on; you can ride the riverboats on a moonlight cruise...even if there's no moon.
.... breakfast all day; and it's a good thing, too.... we don't do getting up early...
on the way to dinner
We walked across an iron footbridge to get to the old cotton exchange building to dine in an elegant restaurant ... we don't do dressing up....
light a candle
keep the darkness away....
alter of the cathedral
We visited just after Easter and the cathedral alter was still bedecked in beautiful lilies.
Cathedral and blimp
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah, GA; the parish was formed in 1799 and built this cathedral in 1839.
This is one of the five statues in front of the building which houses the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, also known as the Telfair Museum of Art, the oldest public art museum in the south.
interactive techno gallery
This gallery, in the new Jepson Center For the Arts, has electronic, interactive, installations. It's also the only place photography is allowed.
Telfair Museum of Art
I love this small gallery of pre 20th century art; the impressionist works there are some of the finest I've ever seen.
As a bonus, you can see the original "bird girl" statue made famous by the book, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."
Telfair Square benches
What's not to love about Savannah? The (old)city was designed to be a utopia and the folks in Savannah have wisely left the leafy city park-like squares alone.