I keep hyping this place in Savannah. If you get to the city, this is a " must go to " place. I'm including this shot....mediocre ....simply to make a couple of points.
This is a good example of the " art work " that's a part of this monument. There's comparable works all over the place. It's a great opportunity to see some wonderful stuff in a not-to-common setting. And you can go at your own pace.
This depicts a very typical problem. Look at that mottled lighting. Those " stabs " of light jump up out of nowhere. And if you get the main subject in even light, the area 15 feet to the right is all blown out. It's a real tough environment to shoot in under bight clear skies and very few clouds. Ironic, isn't it? Most days like that would be premium. A mass of low-level clouds presents a mixed bag.....may give you even lighting but not the kind you want. Some high clouds that provide even lighting over large swaths work the best. These overall conditions are certainly not unique to this place and experienced shooters know how to minimize the difficulties. I only bring all of this up in case you plan a trip to Savannah and want to visit Bonaventure. It will help if you're toting your A game.