Saturday Sculpture – September 21, 2019

Relaxing on the high beam

Lunch break

Lunch break

Lunch break

 


#SaturdaySculpture A contribution to Saturday Sculpture – a blogging challenge by Mind Over Memory

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

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African-American Monument

African-American Monument – Savannah

The sculpture of an enslaved family honors the contributions of Savannah’s black citizens to its history, economy and culture, and acknowledges the city’s role in the institution of slavery.

African-American Memorial – Savannah

African-American Memorial – Savannah

 

 


#SaturdaySculpture A contribution to Saturday Sculpture – a blogging challenge by Mind Over Memory

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

Thursday Doors – September 12, 2019

The Cotton Exchange

Once upon a time this building in Savannah, Georgia was the place where the price of cotton was set. Georgia was the leading cotton producer in the country and Savannah was a major Atlantic seaport. In the 1880 the area was knows as the “Wall Street of the South”. By the 1920s cotton production in the South was devastated by a beetle, the boll weevil, and this building became just a reminder of the glory days.

Cotton Exchange building, Savannah

Front door, Savannah Cotton Exchange


This is a contribution to the Thursday Doors challenge.

 

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

Saturday Sculpture – September 5, 2019

The Waving Girl – Savannah

The Waving Girl

This sculpture on the Savannah River greets ships coming and going to the Savannah harbor.

With our thoughts and concerns on the East Coast and hurricane Dorian, I thought this old photo from 2011 might be fitting. For now let her wave goodbye to the hurricane.

 

#SaturdaySculpture A contribution to Saturday Sculpture – a blogging challenge by Mind Over Memory

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

 

Thursday Doors – September 5, 2019

Closed Doors on River Street in Savannah

With our concerns and thoughts on the destructive hurricane lashing the East Coast I looked back for some fitting photos from Savannah. These were taken on a cold February day back in 2011, not a stormy time.

The top photo is a shop on River Street. The second image shows the back side of a River Street building.

 

This is a contribution to the Thursday Doors challenge.

 

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

Saturday Sculpture – August 31, 2019

Frog in the Park

Norcross, Georgia

Frog

This frog doesn’t seem to have any cares in the world and is enjoying his rest on this park bench. In fact he seems to be rather attached to his perch.

Frog

#SaturdaySculpture A contribution to Saturday Sculpture – a blogging challenge by Mind Over Memory

.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

 

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