On our recent trip back east, we made a stop in Savannah, GA. It was short, an evening and a morning. Savannah is an old city by US standards. Its historic district follows the borders laid out in 1733 by James Oglethorp. It is laid out in a grid with numerous small squares. Each square is like a little park with stately old trees, draped with Spanish Moss, giving shade to the sidewalks and park benches. Many of the buildings date back into the 18th and 19th century. There are so many photo opportunities, I could spend months, if not years trying to document it, if I chose. The buildings and statuary are beautiful in and of themselves. But, when you take the time to study them in detail, there are beautiful intricate features, many weathered to a fine patina. It is a great place. I recommend a visit. Enjoy the images below. Please share.