• Savannah License Photos

    Last Batch of Random Savannah Photos

    We’ve said it before, and we’ll repeat ourselves again: Savannah is a photographer’s dream.

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  • Savannah Squares Orleans

    Orleans Square

    Orleans Square, on Barnard Street, might as well be called Parking Lot Square. It’s one of the spaces which has been most negatively impacted by the development boom of the mid-20th century.

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  • Wright Square Tour Savannah

    Wright Square

    After Johnson, Savannah’s second square was laid out in 1733 and named after the Irish politician John Percival, who was involved in the founding of Georgia.

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  • Screaming cat Savannah

    The Singing Cat and Other Savannah Photographs

    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.

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  • Alex Raskin Antiques in Savannah Georgia

    Alex Raskin Antiques

    If you’re in the market for antiques, or even if you’re not, don’t hesitate to visit Alex Raskins. There are some wonderful and strange pieces of art, and the eerie feeling inside this historic, deteriorated house is one-of-a-kind.

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  • White fluffy god in an oldtimer

    Savannah Countdown

    With three weeks left in Savannah, we already had our flights to Buenos Aires booked and were starting to look forward to our next adventure.

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  • Savannah Tiny House

    Greene Square

    Named after revolutionary hero Nathaniel Greene, whose monument and burial site is at Johnson Square, Greene Square was laid out in the 1790s and developed into the center of Savannah’s black population.

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  • Savannah Staircase

    In Love with Savannah

    It started as a crush. Like gum-smacking girls, giggling together at their lockers while the dreamy blue-eyed quarterback passes by, we were initially just obsessed by Savannah’s beauty.

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  • Savannah Art Scene

    Photos from Savannah: Red Doors and More

    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 everywhere — to the supermarket, on walks with our dog, and even to the bar. You never know when this city…

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  • Savannah Gingerbread House Bull Street

    Savannah Close Up – Gingerbread House

    With its Gothic houses, squares and Spanish moss hanging from every tremendous Live Oak, Savannah truly makes a great first impression. But far from skin-deep, its beauty only becomes more captivating the closer you look.

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  • Savannah Street

    Scenes from Savannah City Streets

    Photographers visiting Savannah are going to have a hard time holding to any sort of schedule… and their partners will have a hard time holding onto their sanity. During our stay in Savannah, it happened often that I lost my patience, and finally ditched Jürgen, who was again snapping photos of a random saxophone, or…

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