Over the holidays Lance and I visited his family in southern Georgia. While we were visiting they so sweetly took us on a day trip to Savannah so I could check out the city. We walked around River Street, an older part of the city with little shops and restaurants along the riverfront. Afterwards I suggested heading over the Bonaventure Cemetery for a bit of history (and of course, to see some spanish moss).
Bonaventure Cemetery is located east of Savannah on 100 acres of land by the Wilmington River and is a registered historical landmark by the National Registry of Historical Places. It was beautiful and fascinating to explore the grounds. I don’t know why, but I love cemeteries like these. They’re full of history and stories. We wander through the graves, reading dedications and historical markers. As a native Californian, I love to wander through cities like Savannah which are considerably older with longer histories. If you’re ever in Savannah, check out Bonaventure Cemetery. They have tours, too!
Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia. November 27, 2015 | Fuji x100s