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

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Around The Historic City

Looking Past The Split Rail 

The Mysterious Ship In Mr. Everard's Window

Boxwood Lane From Atop The Garden Mound

Looking For A Mate At The Tucker House

Waiting For The Next Visitor To Mr. Randolph's Home

Monday, April 21, 2014

April In Williamsburg

Fading Tulips

Custis Tenement Outbuilding

Palace Gardens & Hedges

Palace Varietal

The Robert Carter Compound

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Springtime In Williamsburg

Archaeology In Progress At The Capitol's Ravine

Woodchuck Living On Jamestowne Island

Hundreds Of Tiny Backyard Lavender Wildflowers

Explosion Of Red In The Taliaferro-Cole Garden

Protecting Fragile Plants At The Colonial Nursery

Saturday, April 19, 2014

April In Williamsburg

General Washington Preparing To Address The Citizens

Tidy Flower Bed Beside The Lewis House

4:45 p.m. At The Capitol

Colonial Tunes Compliments Of Drums And Fifes

Solitary Drive On The Colonial Parkway To Jamestown

Friday, April 18, 2014

Spring Babies

Nibbling On A Straw


Staying Close To Momma

Catching An Afternoon Nap

The Perfect Pillow

Relaxing In The Blue Bell Pasture

Thursday, April 17, 2014

April In The Rev City

Fences & Crepe Myrtles Beside Ludwell Tenement

Ludwell Tenement & Peyton Randolph House Beyond

Momma Red Devon Taking A Lunch Break In The Prentis Pasture

Flag & Gentleman Signal That The Printer & Bookbinder Is Open

The Public Gaol As Seen From Nicholson Street

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

April In Williamsburg

Featuring Local Artists In The Visitor Center

Early Morning At Great Hopes Plantation

A Quiet Walk To The Historic Area

Garage In Disguise At The Rear Of The Getty Property

General George Washington Reviews The Troops