The Singing Cat and other Savannah Photographs

The Singing Cat and other Savannah Photographs

Singing Cat of Savannah

In Savannah, every time you step out of the house, you’re going to see something strange and beautiful. In the right frame of mind, the entire city becomes an art gallery… and whether your preferred form of art is architecture, graffiti, fashion or performance art, you’re bound to see something you like.

You can purchased our framed Savannah photos here

You Are Not Alone in Savannah
Wind Savannah
Savanan Drop
Fine Art Savannah
Clouds Of Happyness
Jasper Center Telfair
City Hall Savannah
Blue Eye Dog
Kick in the Ass
Founder Savannah
Savannah Storm Clouds
Savannah Fog
Savannah Old Post Office
Savannah Boom Box
Savannah Puke
Fuzzy Plant
Broken Glass
Pressure Relief Savannah
Mail Box Face
Jones Lincoln Street Savannah
Savannah Ghosts
Sneaker Fetish
Stupid Bird Girl
Wild Savannah
Savannah Squares Burger
5 O Clock Savannah Drinks
Energy Saving Savannah
Savannah Blinds
Angels BBQ Savannah
I love Meat
Sauce Boy
French Fries Monster


  • William

    Y’all have managed to capture the small moments of odd beauty that I always loved about that town. For instance, there was a guy who used to walk his cat on a leash alongside his pug. There was something so incongruous and yet so perfect about seeing those two animals together.

    Also, I was a huge fan of B&D’s Pulaski burger. But remember to get it to go because you don’t want to be seen eating that thing in public.

    January 18, 2011 at 11:15 pm
  • Mr. Parx

    Angel’s BBQ is amazing. I’ve been following your tour through my wonderful town, and can’t believe I haven’t crossed paths with you yet.

    Please keep the wonderful pictures and stories coming. I’m learning all sorts of interesting places to stop by, should I ever find the time.

    Mr. Parx

    January 23, 2011 at 11:48 am
  • Leslie Lovell

    I’m glad Savannah was included on your wonderful journey. Great photos!!!

    April 24, 2011 at 9:55 am
  • Tim Nealon

    Thanks for putting this website together guys. I am kinda’ disappointed I am only finding it now, a year after you left Savannah. However, thanks for the pictures. I got your ebook from Amazon, btw. Good job. 

    January 24, 2012 at 5:52 am
    • Juergen


      Thank you for for stopping by and for the comment. Hope you like our Book. Checked out your website and love your photos!
      January 24, 2012 at 8:23 am