As promised, I am going to be releasing several posts from some trips that Lyn and I took in 2016 that I had not had time, previously, to ready. Because of the number of posts, I am only going to have the ‘like’ button on this, the first one…so please feel free to go through them at your leisure.

This first post is from a day spent in and around Savannah, Georgia, and which was followed by several wonderful days at Hilton Head, South Carolina. Savannah is a wonderful town: laid back, clean, historic and wonderfully southern. In fact, we feel in love with the doorways of Savannah so much that we had a small coffee table book printed up with just those photos. If ever you get a chance to go there, do so. You’ll love it.

As always, special thanks to my dearest spouse Lyn, who does all the heavy lifting in selecting the photos. And thank you sincerely for dropping by the Book of Bokeh. I would also like to invite you to visit my Book of Pain  poetry blog.














All photographs and comments ©John Etheridge with all rights reserved; not to be used without the expressed written permission of the copyright owner.


7 thoughts on “Savannah

  1. What a great way to start a new year. Wake up to find an old friend. Add to that your great photography is of my new home, the LowCountry. It looks like you have fallen for the beauty of our marshes too. Happy New Year to Lynn and yourself. Include Charleston with your next visit and we just might get the photo outing after all.

    • You are so much kinder then I deserve! Thank you so much. In fact, we fell in love with the LowCountry…what a charming place. I would not necessarily like to live in Hilton Head, but we did some traveling to the areas around and found a number of smaller villages and towns that were just lovely. The weather was gorgeous (and as we stare into the teeth of another January/February double whammy, it’s looking better in retrospect daily), the food divine and the people laid back and very kind. And as you well know…the scenery was gorgeous.

      As to Charleston, in fact, yes, that is high on the list. So you never know… 🙂

      • Stop by my site when you can, you will see why Charleston should be the #1 next stop. For any given time I can go out to capture herons, eagles, egrets, even alligators at sunset by the fishing fleet. Just let me know when.

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