As someone who loves everything old, and especially loves old cemeteries, Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah Georgia is amazing. I could have taken a million photos. I literally had to stop myself from taking photos of everything I saw. The eery light streaming in through the moss covered trees. It was scary and magical at the same time.
This will be a quick post to share a few more random photos from Savannah, Georgia. Above is the Savannah Cotton Exchange.
So, guess who went to Savannah Georgia in 2013 and is just now finishing editing her photos. Yep. My computer and my photos are such a mess. I am vowing to get things cleaned up. One thing you’ll notice is that I love old fences and old cemeteries. If you’ve been to Savannah Georgia, then you know I was in heaven!
This was the view from our hotel in Bellingham, Washington.
Well here we are only in March and I am already behind on my Dogwood 52 2017 challenge. This week I’m covering two weeks. The above photo is for week 6 – forgotten.
This second photo is for Week 7 – Technical One Shot. This was quite a challenge. With digital, I am used to taking as many shots as I want of a scene and then picking my best. It was nice, though to pause and take a few extra moments to make sure I composed the shot how I wanted it and that the exposure was just right. Then a person came walking into view. I didn’t feel like waiting until they walked all the way down the hill and past me and now I actually kind of like them up at the top.