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Savannah Photo Walk

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If you find yourself with camera in hand in the southern city of Savannah, Georgia : venture forth.

See the big picture, tell the story, illuminate the details.

I like Boston, Massachusetts.

I like NOLA.

I like Charleston, South Carolina.

My favorite east coast/eastern city may well be Savannah, Georgia.

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Lots of ironwork in and around Savannah, some of it goes back a ways some of it rather recent. It all has a story to tell.

Today my Savannah photo walk guides and ironwork story tellers were Pablo Aquilar and Brittany Nelson of Capturing Savannah . Pablo and Britt offer a wide variety of photographic walking tours in Savannah : any time of day, any camera, any level of photographic expertise, and the many locales, squares and neighborhoods within the city of Savannah. They are very comfortable with the sights and history of Savannah : excellent communicators and excellent teachers.

Check out Capturing Savannah .

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We find Savannah to a safe and accessible city.

History and diversity, squares and neighborhoods, public transportation and people out and about, architecture and sculpture.

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Posted by bigdawg on February 2, 2016

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