Impressions of Savannah and Tybee Island, Ga.

By | February 18th, 2012

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We’ve been in Savannah, Ga., and Tybee Island this week. I wanted to share some of the images — and impressions — of the area with you.


You can find more pictures on our Flickr page. And there’s even more on our family travel site, Away is Home.



  • TonyA_says

    belissimo !

  • Great shots! I was going to ask what type of equipment you’re using, until I saw the picture! Sweet.

  • Thanks. The photos were taken with an iPhone 4S. The videos were taken with the larger camera.

  • TonyA_says

     Chris, I thought you [used to] took digital pictures with a full frame Canon. Why the change?

  • It is great to see that the beach on Tybee is still wide open.  One of my favorite memories of my Mom was a time, the only time, she and I walked that beach for hours, talking, followed by a great dinner seaside.  Thanks so much for posting those pictures. 

  • I have a Canon 1d, but the iPhone 4S is really a game-changer for us, because it allows us to shoot, edit and post pictures pretty much instantly. And the quality is decent, too — in some cases, unbelievably good for a camera phone.

  • rockyteddy

    Chris, spent a week at a time-share on Tybee Island.  I loved the area.  There is so much to do and see on Tybee Island and Savannah.  Also, good places to eat!  Joyce

  • Marj Riniker

    My daughter is going to college at SCAD in Savannah, and we go down to visit her at least 2x/year.  Tybee Island is a given to visit while we are there.  I adore that city and the beach – so beautiful and so much history!

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