Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Ruby Tuesday/Savannah, Georgia



Savannah Georgia is a great city to tour and I just happened to find a little Ruby Tuesday red there. How about this tour trolley!

This wagon of flowers was located in the City Market area.

I heard this musician playing way before I finally found him on the other side of these azaleas near River Street.

Behind the musician was the Savannah River and this beautiful bridge.
Another bridge view with just a touch of red.
No red in this one but I couldn't resist one more picture of the Savannah River Bridge.

Join Mary the teach for more pictures with red.

48 comments:

Zaroga said...

One day I'll make it to Savannah... beautiful pictures!

happyone said...

Great photos. I love the wagon with red wheels!! That is some bridge - a work of art!

ellen b said...

What a gorgeous set of photos you posted for us! Lovely!!

Sheila said...

Great pictures Dot. We've visited Georgia a few times but I've yet to see Savannah. One day..!

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful ruby tour at Savannah, Georgia! Thank you for sharing. Have a great day :)

Paz said...

Wonderful red captures!

Paz

Jeri said...

I love Savannah! Beautiful shots, I'm so glad you included the last one, that is an amazing pic of the bridge, well done!

napaboaniya said...

The wagon of flowers is really nice :) Happy Ruby Tuesday!

Dora said...

So many nice flowers in the red wagon!

Happy RT!

Becky and Gary said...

Amazing shots Dot. I love every one of them!
B.

Barb said...

Hi Dot,
Your photos are breathtaking! I love them all and they are beckoning me to visit that beautiful city as soon as I get a chance!

Thanks for sharing and also visiting my simple life in the mountains of PA.

Barb:-)

Jan said...

Hi Dot, what a fun post and tour of Savannah. I love that bridge.

Becky said...

Your photos make me really want to visit Savannah! I particularly like the wagon wheels.

Here is my Ruby Tuesday post.

Thea said...

wow i love the second photo. the wheel, the wood and the flowers, everything! nice! happy ruby tuesday!

tina said...

What a beautiful bridge!

JunieRose2005 said...

Hi Dot,

Loved your Savannah pictures!

It's a great city to visit...and you found some good reds!!

Junie

ilanadavita said...

Great selection. Lovely place.

Ivon said...

Savannah is a beautiful city and full of history and character. Great photos, and thanks for sharing.

Malyss said...

What I like when you show Savannah pictures is that the town seems to have kept a soul; I mean, there are old trolleys, little streets, flowers.. At least, the parts of town you show are not modern and cold as we usually see in american towns.

Old Wom Tigley said...

A great set of pictures for any day of the week..

Robin said...

I love that flower-filled wagon. What a treat.

Norm said...

they are all wonderful especially the second photo..

Tina Leigh said...

Mama I am so glad we did that tour! We went at the right time too. I love all of those pictures!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Gorgeous! I have always wanted to visit Savannah. Ever since I read the book In The Garden of Good and Evil. What a book!

Thanks for the lovely tour with the excellent photos. I love the cart full of flowers. Good photo work!

EastCoastLife said...

Thanks for the lovely sights of Savannah Georgia. There are lots of red in there! :)

Daryl said...

Fabulous shots all ... I was talking to a friend who was recently in Savannah and they raved about the tour!

Tricia said...

That's quite the series of Ruby Tuesday photos, Dot! I love the azaleas & the wagon full of flowers!!!

Cindy said...

Great photos Dot. I love the one of the flower cart. That bridge looks a little like the Sunshine Skyway bridge here in Florida.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I have never been to Savannah so love seeing it through your eyes.

Dick said...

Nice place, the bridge is nice it looks a little like the golden gate, lol.

Hildegarde said...

S.Georgia seems to like the old days, just as any city I think.// A very beautiful field you have at your house !

Patti said...

Interesting tour of Savannah you gave us.

I especially like the wagon.

Happy Ruby Tuesday to you!

NellJean said...

Thanks for the mini-tour of Savannah. I've always loved visiting there.

Ralph said...

The trolley looks old with its red, the wagon wheels are old, and that cable-stayed bridge is beautiful! Savannah looks like the place to visit for great sights and low country seafood...nice!

Dianne said...

these are all so beautiful!! love the bridge, it's so elegant

Snowbrush said...

Great photos! Makes a person want to get out and travel more.

Rick said...

Love the pics. Can always count on being able to "travel" around through your pics. ;-)

The Texican said...

I need to go and see for myself Dot. Hope the storms passed you by with no damage. Pappy

Craver Vii said...

Your trolley... I think I saw that on the back of a penny.

Rose said...

Dot, I enjoyed these a lot! Glad you included that last one.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Dot, We loved our visit to Savannah--although it was in JUNE --and hotter than hot there then... Love your pictures. We took a tour--but it wasn't the right one since we hated it.. I don't recommend the tour bus we took (Ole Savannah Tours) to anyone!!!! We had a horrible driver... Oh Well--we still love Savannah and want to go back sometime.

We are glad to be home.. It was a wonderful trip --just getting to see my son and family. BUT--the weather was horrible. Oh Well!!!!

I'm going to check through some of your older blog posts.
Hugs,
Betsy

Nancy said...

I love the South and all the beauty....I enjoyed all your pictures. Job well done!!

maryt/theteach said...

Wow, Dot! Marvelous photos of Savannah! That bridge is similar to one recently built in Boston. Your reds are amazing! Happy Ruby Tuesday! :)

bettyl said...

Very delightful photos! The bridge is just amazing!

Mildred said...

Very pretty photos of a favorite place of ours. It's been quite a few years since we have visited; we live in north GA. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Savannah is a beautiful city... you showcased the best!

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