Top Ten Posts of 2021

It’s been quite a year, and I hope it’s been good for everyone. I’m so grateful for all the love, and wish you all the best for 2022. Due to popular demand, I’m sharing our ten most viewed posts during the year, and there were some surprises.

#1- Shark Tooth Beach, Jekyll Island

#2- Crystal Lake, Irwin County

#3- The Varsity, 1963, Athens

#4- Harville House, 1894, Bulloch County

#5- Home of Georgia’s Last Confederate Veteran, Fitzgerald

#6- Abandoned Amphiteater, 1973, Jekyll Island

#7- Wasden House, Brooks County

#8- White Sulphur Springs, Meriwether County

#9- Williams Seafood Sign, Savannah

#10- Top Hat Cafe, 1945, Columbus

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Posts of 2021

  1. Rafe Semmes

    Hello, Brian, Thanks for today’s blog.  I was amazed to see #4, Harville House!  I have not seen it yet, but one of my neighbors, 86-year old Peggy Brazzell, is a Harville, and her 87-year old brother lives on the property, nearby.  I have heard many stories of her growuing up on that farm.  I will have to take her a copy of your post! Best to you in 2022. Rafe SemmesMidway GA

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  2. Cara Cobb

    very cool.  thank you, Brian, for all your work.  I do enjoy your photos and commentary.  Happy New Year! Cara Cobb

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