Savannah is one of Georgia's oldest cities, founded in 1733. There are a number of buildings dating from the 18th and 19th centuries which are still in use.
The city is a major shipping port and with my hotel being right on the shoreline of the Savannah River, I saw several very large cargo ships headed downriver toward the Atlantic Ocean.
Because of time constraints, I was not able to get to three of my intended destinations - Tybee Island, Fort Pulaski, and Wormsloe Plantation. However, I found more than enough interesting subjects to photograph in the historic district of the downtown area and the riverfront.
The full photo gallery is available by Clicking Here. I will continue to add additional photos as I process them.

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