Happy 2011 in Savannah

Happy 2011 in Savannah

Happy New Year Savannah

As 2011 rolled in, we had some things to celebrate… mainly, the fact that we still had another month in Savannah! We’d been having a great time, and were in no hurry to leave. Our New Year’s celebrations had been just like Savannah itself: weird, hilarious, a little disturbing, and unforgettable. And as we stumbled home after a wild party, the city showed us a new trick: a dense fog had settled in on the streets. Oh Savannah, stop being so gorgeous!

Our Framed Savannah Photos As Gifts

Savannah Castle
Paula Deen is Peeking
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Savannah CO
Sorry Savannah
Savannah Now
Savannah Rats
Fresh Breakfast Savannah
Healthy Breakfast Savannah
Pouched Eggs Savannah
Chrystal Beer Parlor
Nailed and Screwed
Jihad Savannah
Haunted Houses Savannah
Super Star Spanish Moss
Savannah Mansion
Ghost Tunnel Savannah
Smoking Pole
Haunted House Exit
Party Time Savannah
Happy 2011 in Savannah As 2011 rolled in, we had some things to celebrate... mainly, the fact that we still had another month in Savannah! We'd been having a great time, and were in no hurry to leave. Our New Year's celebrations had been just like Savannah itself: weird, hilarious, a little disturbing, and unforgettable. And as we stumbled home after a wild party, the city showed us a new trick: a dense fog had settled in on the streets. Oh Savannah, stop being so gorgeous!
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3 Comments

  • Gil

    More great photos! The “Sorry Charlie” sign adjacent to Ellis Square originally was an iconic neon sign reading “Frank C. Matthews”, “Fish”,”Oysters” and featured a leaping fish placed vertically between the two arms of the sign. A too-tall truck killed the fish. The fishmarket faced Ellis Square. The Matthews’ family owned fishmarkets in different locations in Savannah. The family owns a retail-wholesale store in Garden City selling fine products.
    The Matthews, Caiferos, Maggioni, Remidio, Russos, Cisceronis (I’m sure I’ve left out names and mispelled the rest) were longtime Italian-Savannahians who caught and or/sold fresh seafood in this area for over 100 years. The Frank C. Matthews’ sign was made by the father of actress Diana Scarwid.

    January 23, 2011 at 12:51 pm
  • William

    Although I will not stipulate which one, I had a girlfriend who lived in one of the buildings pictured here. Talk about a flashback!

    January 23, 2011 at 9:38 pm
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