What happens when you live in one place for a long time? Do you get too comfortable with your surroundings, or do you just become numb to what’s around you? I think it’s an understatement to say that people find comfort in their hometown. Even in that, I feel myself less motivated to walk around my city and shoot on an everyday basis. To be honest, the only times I do are when guests from out of town are here or when force myself to, which even then isn’t much. For me, to break that mold of not taking tourist-y pictures, yet make it worth my wild, is always a hard line to balance. But nonetheless, I feel that it is time to do something about it, hence this blog post. What I decided to do is start gathering and shooting images around Savannah to create a series called, Sometimes In Savannah. Now I know this doesn’t sound all too creative and you’re right. But to push yourself everyday to create something new not only keeps you active, but it helps your brain grow stronger and be able to tackle those day to day and even the bigger challenges easier. Think of it like this, this project is my brain exercise for the day. With that, I bring the first installment of, Sometimes In Savannah.