The Chandler Oak by walterpigeon

The Chandler Oak

This tree was designated a Georgia landmark in 2001. It took root in the early 1700’s. It is 54’ high, 110’ wide, 65’ in diameter and 17’ in circumference. It is fall so it’s canopy is not in full bloom. The building behind it was a house for the poor, a hospital, barracks for civil war solders, and a hospital again. In 2012 the Savannah law society purchased the property and began restoring the buildings.
Amazing tree, great shot
December 8th, 2021  
That is one special oak - thanks for the history to go with it
December 9th, 2021  
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