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Georgia Holiday | Savannah & Tybee Island

“If you search the world for happiness, you may find it in the end, for the world is round and will lead you back to your door.” ~ ROBERT BRAULT

Photo of lighthouse off Tybee Island, Georgia.Ahhhhh…..Georgia! How I adore my new home State. It’s been almost a year since my family moved to Georgia and we’ve been doing a lot of exploring as we make this our home. We couldn’t be happier. Such a wonderful fit. We recently took a mini holiday in the Savannah area. It has always been a place that I dreamed of visiting and I am so happy to be only a short three and a half hour drive from there. We stayed in Savannah and visited Tybee Island and Jekyll Island. I brought one film camera, one lens and two rolls of film to photograph the area as I wanted to keep things simple and organic as I captured this beautiful area. Above is a photo of one of the lighthouses off Tybee Island from our dolphin boat excursion with Captain Mike. It was the best dolphin outing we’ve ever had with great views and a ton of dolphin sightings at sunset.

photo of beach at Tybee Island in Georgia.

Above is a photo of one of the beaches at Tybee Island. It was a hot day, but the water was refreshing and the beach wasn’t overly crowded. Pretty perfect.

The first two pictures below were from our visit at Jekyll Island‘s historic district. The remaining images are from around historic Savannah. I love the live oak trees and Spanish moss that delicately cascade down the tree limbs. I also love how in the south, people know how to make the ordinary extraordinary with their landscaping and the way their homes are presented. Quite magical and romantic. Such a beautiful area full of history and culture. I can’t wait to go back and explore some more.

Photos of Live Oak Trees with Spanish moss around Savannah, GA.

Camera: Canon EOS3 | Lens: Canon 35mm f/1.4L | Film: Fujicolor Pro 400H | Film processing and scans: Richard Photo Lab



Athens, Georgia |