'Watching the sun set over the Savannah River on the 4th of July as we relax and enjoy the soft breeze from the water waiting for the night to usher in fireworks. We set up chairs along the riverwalk, watching the boaters and people watching which is always - interesting. This is our tradition. I am so thankfulul we were able to share it with Ashley, Brad, and the grandkids this year. Also, tradition is visiting Savannah Sweets candy store. John, Jarrod, Brad, and the kids walked up Riverstreet and bought out the store. Not really, but they bought way to much candy $$$.'
Today, I'm sharing another 12 x 12 page that simply highlights the sunset photo that I caught overlooking the Talmadge Bride over the Savannah River as we waited for the night to set in and the fireworks to begin. I love the offsetting of the photos for a little striking drama to the page. And, as the page is made centered around the photo it is eye-catching.
It's also representative of every other 4th of July downtown Riverstreet, as we wait for the fireworks to begin. We're always there to catch the sun setting and most every July 4th we actually see the sun dipping below the horizon beyond the magnificent Talmadge Bridge. Almost every July 4th we've watched little boats and very big container ships pass by as we relax, seated along the riverwalk where we've set up chairs to do just that.