Savannah is an amazing town tucked away on the southeastern shore of Georgia. Its historic homes, numerous park squares, old churches, and riverside walk give it more of a European feel than that of small Georgia town. The cemeteries and old oaks draped with Spanish moss give it a haunting romanticism as well. The city became especially famous with the release of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, and you are reminded of that with the images and references all over the city. (2002, 2021, 2022)
The heart of Savannah is its old port that was a major hub of transport for the region. Pictured here is one of its famous squares (including the old cotton exchange) and a view of the Talmage Bridge spanning the Savannah River.
The Mercer House—site of the killing which was made famous in the novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
Calhoun Square showcases some of the moss-draped oaks which can be found all over Savannah.
A boat travels along the Savannah River
The signature smoke stacks of the old converted factory at the heart of Plant Riverside District as well as a view of the colorful gem laden displays in the JW Marriot lobby
Views of the Basilica of St. John the Baptist next to Lafayette Square
The beaches of Tybee Island near Savannah—a bright contrast to the city’s “spooky” side. They also house Georgia’s oldest standing lighthouse.