On our recent USA road trip, we spent a few days in the glorious Georgia city of Savannah. Being close to the waterfront and the beautiful Talmadge Memorial Bridge, we set off one evening to try and catch the sun setting on nearby Tybee Island.
Tybee is a city and Island in South East Georgia, has a population of several thousand people, and is a popular retreat for locals and tourists alike. Tybee played an important role in the American Civil War, when Union soldiers laid siege along the North Coast, which, ultimately, aided their capture of nearby Fort Pulaski, and saw the first use of rifled cannons in the conflict.
|Scenery between Savannah and Tybee Island|