B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come of tragedy. (With truly no political thought behind that statement.)

B&W I took a few years back in Colonial Cemetery, Savannah, GA (USA). This wall is used to place monuments knocked down during the Civil War. When I think of this, it stands as a reminder that order can come… Continue Reading

(Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah Georgia) Gracie was the well known daughter of the hotel manager of a beautiful Victorian Era Hotel. She died of pneumonia two days before Easter when she was six years old, and her monument is based on a photograph given to a sculptor in town named John Walz.

(Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah Georgia) Gracie was the well known daughter of the hotel manager of a beautiful Victorian Era Hotel. She died of pneumonia two days before Easter when she was six years old, and her monument is based on… Continue Reading

NS SAVANNAH in drydock at Sparrows Point Shipyard, Maryland, 1994 / Launched 1959, In service from 1962 to 1972 / First of only four nuclear-powered cargo ships ever built. [1600×1082]

NS SAVANNAH in drydock at Sparrows Point Shipyard, Maryland, 1994 / Launched 1959, In service from 1962 to 1972 / First of only four nuclear-powered cargo ships ever built. [1600×1082]