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Photos from Savannah: Red Doors and More

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The biggest mistake you can make in Savannah is forgetting to bring your camera with you when you leave the house. Unique photo opportunities spring up like clockwork in this city! Jürgen brought his camera everywhere — to the supermarket, on walks with our dog, and even to the bar. You never know when this city is going to surprise you with a great snapshot.

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4 responses to “Photos from Savannah: Red Doors and More”

  1. Sarah Avatar
    Sarah

    Took a few photos of Savannah with my lomography camera. See http://twitpic.com/329arg !

  2. Juergen Avatar

    Sarah .. love the lomo!

  3. Scott Avatar
    Scott

    Great shots!

  4. Kristin Avatar

    From my 2008 trip with my university’s Writing Center for a conference:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/kmo139/sets/72157617693787457/

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