Friday, December 23, 2011
The Spirit of Savannah
Partly because I want to share the photos (and, consequently, my Photoshop skillzzzz) from Savannah and partly because I have a million random comments from this week, none of which I wrote down...please enjoy the tour through Savannah as it is decorated for Christmas. Merry Christmas Eve Eve...
a bar on a corner...somewhere....I'm assuming on Lincoln
descending to the river
observing the container ships as they chug by
from china, with love
looks like you've run aground, repunzerella....
when a woody mates with a sailboat
well, that's just mast-ive...
in city market, the carriage horses come to rehydrate
and the nutcrackers stand guard outside the candy shop...
wreaths encircle the street lamps, finished with rosy red and perfectly folded bows
while more bows tack a wreath of fir garland around wright square gates
no inflatable Santa globe or rotating and lit deer here
beautifully framed photos spring eternal at forsyth park
spit of goose into the wraps of red
it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
and that makes us all pretty jolly
the potted poinsettias of the hamilton-turner house
the random wisps of red on everything from lamp posts
to sidewalk shop decor...
and the unexpected delight of a carousel pony straddling an apartment balcony
but always, always the jewel-tone glow of church
and the whipping stripes of state.