November 18, 2010

Savannah Trip {Part 2}


It's been a full time job going through my photos from Savannah!  I go a little crazy with picture taking. :)  My thinking is that you can always delete pictures but you can never go back in time to retake a photo.  Here are a few more from the trip...

The architecture and wrought iron work in Savannah is just gorgeous.  




Mercer Williams House



The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
River Street

Next up... 
Our encounter with the Extreme Home Makeover excitement.

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19 comments:

Amber said...

Gorgeous photos! I have always wanted to go to Savannah!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Amazing shots and how cool to get a pic of Ty waving! Your photography is amazing.

Beverly @ FlamingoToes.com said...

Oh those mossy stairs!!! A photographer's dream. ;) And that church was gorgeous. I'm sending hubby a link to this post and a hint. "Take. Me. Here." haha.

The Starr Family said...

Did you happen to stop at the Mansion on Forsythe?? They have a nice bar upstairs and restaurant.. it has the most fabulous decor you have ever seen! I could take up residence immediately! Love Savannah!

Wendy said...

Your photo's are beautiful! The house's are amazing. Thinking we need to plan a trip :)

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Wow, I don't know what else to say. :)

Journey said...

Visiting Savannah is on my "Bucket List." These pictures just look so warm and inviting. I really hear my name being called!

Gil said...

The house on the left of your first photo was featured on PBS's This Old House when it was restored by Norm, Steve and Company in 1996. Ironically, the last photo you posted related to Extreme Makeover which is in town filming a makeover of a local family's home. JT Turner, a local contractor, was in charge of both projects.

Courtney {a thoughtful place} said...

Drooling over those photos! I could get cozy in the six pence pub. The charm is just stunning in all of them.

bj said...

Oh how I would dearly love to go there.
Your photos should be in a magazine..just breathtaking.

Oh, and anyone that is a friend of Dunkin Donuts coffee is a friend of mine..:)))

Debbie said...

Awesome Emily! I love Savanna, and I love your photo's they are outstanding. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

Turning the Clock Back said...

Hi there. Stoppiing by from the friday follow. Fighting a nasty flu bug but determined to be social! I love Savanah...the saltwater taffy is my favorite!

There are only 3 more days to enter my Green Holiday Giveaways so I hope you get a chance to stop by and follow back and may find some cool stuff to win!

Have a great weekend!

Diane
www.turning-the-clock-back.blogspot.com

CAS said...

Beautiful pictures. I see Ty!!!
CAS

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

What beautiful pics...love this southern city:)

Blessings,
Linda

loribethswan said...

We're getting married in Savannah on December 1st! Love your pictures. Now I'm even more excited about going there!

Loribeth

Room to Inspire said...

What fabulous photos! I really want to go to Savannah - and now more than ever!

Chelsea

alissa said...

Beautiful photos Emily. I am so with you about photos - I'd rather take way too many than get home and realize I didn't take nearly enough!

Angela said...

Hello! Love your blog and photos! :) I actually was born in Savannah and still live close to it and visit frequently to see relatives and friends. It has so much history and is just all around fun!! I love the trolley rides. Take care and have a super day!

mississippi artist said...

This brings back memories of my trip to Savannah! I wnt to most of these places. I think it is the most beautiful city in the South.