Historic Savannah –
Oh, Savannah you are just so magical. As a photographer, I feel like a kid in a candy store here in Savannah and I feel ever so fortunate to be building my photography business in the beautiful low country. One of the highlights of being a photographer are my scouting jaunts; everywhere I turn in Savannah there is something so beautiful and fun to photograph, like secret gardens, candy-colored houses, marsh sunsets, beautiful squares, and the majestic live oaks. I could spend every early morning exploring magical light, hide in the shade during the day, finding cool shadow patterns, and chase sunsets every evening, AND I still would find something new to photograph every day in Savannah.
Seriously Savannah, I just can’t get enough of your dreamy Live Oak trees dripping with Spanish Moss!! Like the Oak lined pathways in Bonaventure Cemetery:
Whether I look in front of me, up, down, or turn around, there is always something in Savannah that is catching my eye. Like the steeple top of Lutheran Church of the Ascension and the tower of the Art center at City Market. Or how about these brick “eyes” on this cool building?
Let’s talk about those textures. Emerald Ivy on hidden doorways, bricks, the Talmade bridge, Palmetto Palms…oh-my!
And I have to admit, the summer sunsets have been giving Tamarindo a run for her money. How about these sunset peaches?
I can’t wait to spend more time in the “Hostess City”. Until October Savannah…
P.S. Love these photos? Check out more of my work from Savannah!