Today’s images were shot along cobble-stoned River Street, which runs parallel to the Savannah River. It is a good nine blocks long and abounds with boutiques, shops, restaurants, pubs,and galleries. Day and night finds the street bustling with pedestrians [window]shopping, hanging out, watching the endless boat traffic or stopping to listen to some street musician. The two images below involve a shop that really spoke to me, as I am a ‘hat person’.
This next image was shot at night [obviously] and captures the ambiance of River Street. I should mention that many of the buildings were formerly cotton warehouses, which have now been renovated. To the left of the candy store is a pub, The Warehouse, from which I heard a singer performing. His pic will be in a later posting.
At one point, River Street becomes a short enclosed passage. The image below was shot just about halfway through it. Next week I'll post some portraits of folks we encountered during our stay.