The Andrew Low House
The Andrew Low House, on Abercorn Street/Lafayette Square is a beautiful Savannah Home. If the last name sounds familiar when mentioned with Savannah, it is because of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts. She lived in this house for some time, and died here. A few famous people spent time in this house, including Robert E. Lee himself.
You can visit this house and take a tour of the home and its furnishings. You can visit their website by clicking here.
Taking this photograph was quite the challenge. In front of the house is a wrought iron fence that is about 5 feet high or so. It was too tall for my tripod to see over, even when fully extended. So, I had to take the camera off of the tripod and balance it on the fence for all 7 exposures, all the while trying not to let it move a millimeter. It was quite the challenge.