Thursday, October 25, 2012

Another Fall Morning, Colonial Williamsburg

Thursday, October 25, 2012
Isabella reporting:

Wednesday was another lovely autumn day in Virginia, with summer-like temperatures and clear blue skies in Colonial Williamsburg. There's likely one more day for pictures like these - but with Hurricane Sandy making its way of the east coast of America, I'm not counting on anything beyond that.

Left: Behind the blacksmith shop, looking east.
Below: Duke of Gloucester Street, looking towards the Capital.
Photographs copyright Susan Holloway Scott

2 comments:

Keri@AWH said...

Beautiful! I'm loving this series of posts about Colonial Williamsburg. The leaves are really gorgeous this year aren't they?? I'm trying to enjoy them as much as possible here in CT before the storm blows them all away!

Historical Ken said...

I, too, am loving your Colonial Williamsburg "series." Never having been, I am living vicariously through your photos and text.
Thanks!

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