Spanish Moss is not at all in the moss family. It's some sort of air born plant in the pineapple family!
|They call this "Oak Avenue." It was built in the 1890's.|
|The plantation is bordered on one side by Jones Marsh, which is part of the intracoastal waterway.|
|If you look closely, you can see a bumps stuck to sticks and grass. These are snails. There are also crabs in there!|
I like how just changing the perspective of the same place (above) makes 2 totally different subjects. One photo is about the trees, one is more about the road. These are HDR images by the way, which gives them a more painted look.
There will be many more photos of Savannah to come! Just too many to fit in one blog. As always, you can find these photos on my website, simply by clicking on the image. Thanks!
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