Yesterday we spent several hours walking around downtown Savannah, soaking up all of the history and charm of the city.
Aren't these camellia's gorgeous! They are so pretty, they don't even look real!
I was amazed by this beautiful double bloom, below!
An impressive statue in one of the city's many squares.
I almost didn't notice these sweet cherubs, that were perched at the top! Aren't they adorable?
Stunning stained glass windows in a church we visited. I especially love this one of Christ, above.
There are many beautiful churches thru out the city.
And gorgeous old mansions that I was ooohing and aaahing over!
I was so happy to see the azaleas beginning to bloom!
This was one of my very favorite mansions, below. Just look at the gorgeous windows! The frames appear to have rusted out a bit, giving them Old World elegance! Notice all of the pretty grill work on the railing?
Hubby in front of the famous fountain at Forsyth Park.
This home was another faviorite of mine. I was in love with all of the amazing gingerbread trim!
The mansion below is now an inn. Not sure if you can see it well or not, but a large chandelier greets guests on the porch, before they even walk in the front door!
One of my favorite things to do when out and about is to soak up all of the details. Little things that might be overlooked by some. I fell in love with this whimsical stair rail. Look closely, they are storks!
The waving girl statue, below. Florence Martus, aka "the Waving Girl", took it upon herself to be the unofficial greeter of all ships that entered and left the Port of Savannah, Georgia, between 1887 - 1931. She would wave a handkerchief by day and a lantern by night. According to legend, not a ship was missed in her forty-four years on watch.
A picture of the sunset that I quickly snapped alongside the road, on the way back to the campground last night (it really was that beautiful, I didn't touch it up a bit!).
That's it for today, looking forward to seeing what you all have been up to!
Have a great day, ya'll!