Savannah, Georgia farm
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What an incredible post! Your images are absolutely stunning and I totally agree…slow travel is the best way to travel, even if I don’t have that luxury of time myself! I do miss being able to travel slowly as I definitely think I was able to take my best shots then. Everything else has really been, as you say, spraying and praying. lol.

Thanks so much, Judy. Yes, slow travel can be more expensive, which is why I built a business and a lifestyle that allows for it.

Soooooo many gorgeous images!! I can’t choose a favorite.

Thanks, Kayse!

You are such a wonderful photographer. Each of your images are just stunning and convey so much beauty and wonder. I truly love your talent and I get what you say about slowing down and savouring/capturing moments better. This is just remarkable.

Wow. Appreciate it, Nicole!

These are all so amazing Jessica! Your photos are brilliantly done!

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Thanks, Jess. 🙂

These pictures are amazing! Everything looks so peaceful and perfect. I would love to go here!!

Thank you for reading, Alice!

I often fly through cities taking lots of photos in a short space of time too. I think slowing down, finding the correct time of day to take a shot and plan better must be very rewarding. The shots you have shared are very unique and inspiring to slow down!

Yes, to the correct time of day! Makes all the difference in the world. There’s nothing like sunrise in some places.

Your photos are stunning! Savannah is a place I’ve always wanted to go but haven’t made it to yet. Your photos make me want to go there!

Cool. Thanks, Maggie!

Jessica! These photos are SO BEAUTIFUL! my favorite shots are the ones with the crane. Ever since watching Forrest Gump I’ve always wanted to visit Savannah. These is something so hauntingly beautiful about all the mist and the spanish moss on the trees.

I loved watching the cranes. They’re such solitary birds. The scene felt like an oil painting to me.

Your photos are gorgeous! My husband and I visited Savannah for the first time last Spring and I couldn’t believe what we’d missed out on. No surprise to me that Savannah is your favorite Southern city. I’m going to go look at your post on that. But this farm is lovely too. You were blessed to see and capture it.

Isn’t it divine? What’s your fave thing in Savannah?

House tours! Love to see the restorations of the downtown mansions.

I am a big fan of your creative pictures and videos. You
have made this place desirable for me through this blog. I particularly loved
the shot of the white bird with a purple haze. Good job. And oh, that calf is
oh so cute.

Thanks! I think you mean the little goat. He was mischievous and kept escaping from the pen!

Love the photos of the fence in the fog/sunlight and the horses too! We’ve travelled all over the world, but very little in US. Savannah is now on our list. Thanks!

Awesome. I hope you do get to visit Savannah.

These are GORGEOUS pictures. I’ve always amazed by your photography. I remember reading about your Savannah post last month- would love to visit one day to see this beauty for myself.

Thanks for being a loyal reader, Ivy!

Misty mornings are the best! I wish I could get transported there right now!

Me too. I’d love to go back.

Wow your photos are absolutely amazing! I wish I was there!

Thank you so much, Meghan!

These photos are absolutely stunning! I especially love the ones with the turtles, the goats and the fog settling over the morning sunrise. I haven’t been to Savannah, Georgia yet, but it looks absolutely heavenly!

I feel so peaceful surrounded by animals. Thanks for reading, Deni!

A place like this is where I want to be when I retire! I loved the goat … and I want to call him Billy. And the horse … so graceful! Lovely being close to nature!

We are big fans of slow travel and are doing the same thing! We also feel like a month isn’t quite enough time, but it seems you captured a lot of Georgia in that one month. I love the cute goats! And your sunrise shots are gorgeous.

Your photos are really beautiful and they do capture the magic of the morning light in them. I am a fan of slow travel too and I prefer exploring the countryside rather than a big city. I just wish I had enough time during my holidays to spend in a particular location. I did that during my trip to Chile and I don’t regret it.

What a great photo blog! Those photos are so amazing and stunning! Can I ask which size are your pictures and do you have any tips or post in designing them?

Savannah is one of my favorite cities — amazing food, scenery, and vibe. We visited four years ago, and I’ve been itching to return. I love your photos of the goats — so cute — especially the black and white one. Also like the picture of the dock; it looks so peaceful. Thanks for sharing!

Just as always, some truly superb photos here. Your have an amazing capacity to capture the play of light which really is the essence of autumnal photography. Particularly like the one of the close-up of the feathers, unbelievably beautiful

Your photos are absolutely beautiful and I love how you seem to bring out the characteristics of the animals. I’ve never been to Savannah but hopefully one day soon.

OMG, beautiful photos! Love your blog!
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Your pictures prove that Savannah, Georgia is absolutely a stunning place to slow down and relax. All of those pictures are awe-inspiring- the goats, horses, tortoise and off course the beautiful mornings.

Your photos are amazing, seriously stunning! I would love to road trip around the country like you’re doing…maybe one of these days!

I LOVE these shots! Your pictures have such a dreamy quality to them and I can’t get enough! I am also a HUGE fan of slow travel! The slower, the better in my opinion- give yourself plenty of time to truly immerse yourself somewhere! Especially in a place like Savannah!

These are incredible! I have been photographing weddings at Red Gate for 3 years now and these photos bring the venue into a whole new light for me. Amazing work! (I photographed Megan’s wedding and I remember seeing you with your camera! I would love to see footage from that for sure!)

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