the sun rising in savannah.
this simple, small town holds five years of memories and friendships.
it also holds the backward ways of the south (sometimes repulsive, sometimes charming), in contrast to the progressive ways of the art school within, that has given it a rebirth and new life.
some of the planet’s most walkable and beautiful human-scale environments you may ever encounter are silently nestled here. its urban layout is studied and appreciated by urbanists the world over.
tourists come to see the monuments and steeples, but its real treasure is in the squares. live oak trees, hundreds of years of age, give the small city its character and breathtaking beauty, a vegetated canopy that provides a natural high grand ceiling over our heads.
light bounces off of every single leaf creating a unique effect that changes with the rhythm of the day.
it is a beautiful reminder of our inextricable bond with nature.