Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Grand Illumination 2014

Triple Wreaths At Christiana Campbell's Tavern

Even The Colonial Birds Have Their Decorations Out

Wreath On The Railing Of The David Morton House

Burlap Flowers On The Door Of Benjamin Waller's House

Mr. George Reid's Home On Duke of Gloucester

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Grand Illumination 2014

Festive Prentis Shop

Dried Wreath Found At The Printing Office

Beautiful Decoration Over The George Reid Doorway

Elegant Blue Carriage

Cresset In Front Of William Pitt Store

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Grand Illumination 2014

Greenhow-Lumber Wares

Free Coal & Switches At The Greenhow House

Tiny Straw Hat On Mary Dickenson's Wreath

Plenty Of Wood For A Warm DoG Street Fire

The Perfect Wreath For The Wine Connoisseur

Friday, December 26, 2014

Grand Illumination 2014

Winter Berries Against A Perfect CW Sky

Ceramic Goose In The Lodge Lobby

Tree With 1000+ Homemade Ornaments In The Art Museum

Across The Colonial Backyard In Winter
Recently Dyed Yarns At The Weaver's

Monday, December 22, 2014

Grand Illumination Week 2014

Vegetable Wreath At The Colonial Nursery

Afternoon Chatter At The Nursery

Protecting Those Tender Plants

Dried Flowers & Pine Cones On A Grapevine Wreath

Handsome Fellow In The Custis Pasture

Friday, December 19, 2014

Grand Illumination Week 2014

Christmas Has Arrived At Merchants Square

Restaurants and Shops Await Visitors

Hot Bowl of Berret's She-Crab Soup On A Cold December Day

Table Decoration For Sale At Colonial Nursery

Tools For Working In The Winter Garden

Friday, August 1, 2014

On A June Day


Red Poppies

Yorktown Onion

For Sale At Tarpley's

New Colors For The Nicholson Shop

Friday, April 25, 2014

Common Views In An Uncommon Town

Lightfoot Tenement Garden

The Magazine From The Lightfoot Yard

Strolling The Walkway Behind The Lightfoot House

The Masonic Lodge Across Francis Street

Waiting For The Weary Visitor

Thursday, April 24, 2014

A Colonial Ramble

Soft Spring Colors Of CW

Rusty, Weathered Well Bucket

Serenity Of A Lone Garden Bench

Charred Brick Rubble Of The First Capitol Fire

Planter Of Flowers On The Lodge Patio

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Around The Old Town

Baby Red Devon Relaxing In The Prentis Pasture

Idyllic Colonial Street

Greetings!  Welcome To The Cooper

Beautiful Contrast Of Pinks And Reds

Momma Red Devon Enjoying Fresh Grass