The charms of Savannah become more apparent and more appreciated after time spent in foreign places. With the layers of peeling paint, the old confederacy surfaces; an era when Savannah was saved by Sherman. Preserved because of it's aesthetics, spared and given as a gift to our president, the one with the deep-set eyes and chiseled cheek bones, number 16
This is the beginning of something that has always been an idea, but has turned itself into something more tangible.
Elements of Savannah have become our inner fibers. I will never be able to overlook the oak trees in this city. The branches, with their strong, winding wood carry the tangled, wool-like gatherings of spanish moss are reason enough that this city was saved.
-bois de la laine-