Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

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Street scenes from Savannah, Georgia – River Street

This a cobble stone road leading down to river street from the main street that parallels river street. Savannah has shuttle busses from in town to river street because there is very limited parking in that area.

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Shuttle bus

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Balcony dining and looking out over the Savannah River. I don’t remember the name of this place but I do remember they have the best darn Fried Green Tomatoes.

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People gathering in front of the candy store. Good place.

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Old trolley tracks

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Savannah River Paddle Boat –”Georgia Queen”

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

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Here’s my granddaughters checking out what  a fish sees when in an aquarium.

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Heh, grandpa this is pretty cool.

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Grandpa, hurry up we can’t hold our breath much longer.

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It is scary enough photographing the belly of one sting ray and holding your breath and worrying about getting your camera wet- but a whole flock – gaggle – swarm  how about a bunch.

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Don’t you just love photography. This is better than Star Wars.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

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Getting to higher ground to better to see another mountain. to see another mountain. DSC_0961 copy

This is the perspective of the higher mountain. How high was he see for yourself.

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This was just a ride one day to see some of the area outside of all the glitter of Las Vegas. WE had a great time and finishing it off with a nice dinner at one of the restaurant in  Vegas, then head to the slot machines. It doesn’t  get any better than that.

This was just a ride one day to see some of the area outside of all the glitter of Las Vegas. WE had a great time and finishing it off with a nice dinner at one of the restaurant in  Vegas, then head to the slot machines. It doesn’t  get any better than that

Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Post a Week                                                                                                 Feb. 28,2014

I was In the vicinity Of Gulfport, Miss. about 18 months after hurricane Katrina hit. Gulfport was a town that my wife and I had  spent several three or four days trips at a time coming and going across the United States. We were very fond of the town,so we wanted to see how bad the storm had damaged it. Being a photographer – I took many pictures of the devastation.  This is really Abandonment to the extreme.

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Hurricane Katrina on August 29,2005 leaving 238 people dead, 67 missing in the
Gulf coast of Mississippi and billions of dollars in damages.