Ships and shells

The stand out size of a cargo ship is a definite attention grabber for visitors and locals visiting River Street, in Savannah Georgia.

Savannah Georgia-River Street


When visiting Savannah Georgia take a few minute break and relax on a bench along River Street.  Hopefully, you’ll have an opportunity to watch the tugboats escort of huge container ship into the Georgia Port located in Savannah.   It’s amazing to see the size of these vessels and it’s cool to wave to the crew.

South Carolina-Oyster shells


Oyster beds located on the coastline of South Carolina provide a delicacy offered on local menu’s throughout the area.  Recycling stations, landscaping, and tabby construction are good options for the re-use of the shell.


Bee Happy 🐝





Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Barns or Any Dilapidated Buildings

Tabby construction from the 1800’s.


Tabby Ruins located in Darien Georgia USA.  Remains of a warehouse and tavern that served the timber industry from 1810-1830.

Tabby construction was commonly used during this period on the southeast coast, it is made with oyster shells.