Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Early Fall Morning, Colonial Williamsburg

Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Isabella reporting:

I especially like Colonial Williamsburg early in the morning when the streets are empty except for the occasional dog-walker. The shadows are sharp, the sky is bright with a hint of mist, and it's much easier to imagine the 18th century town and its inhabitants. Who says ghosts only come out at night?

4 comments:

Allison said...

If you're still around on Friday, the Costume Design Center is having its annual open house from 9:30 to 3:45. I'll be upstairs talking about storage and helping people try things on!!

Hankering for History said...

Wow, those leaves are beautiful.

Isabella Bradford/Susan Holloway Scott said...

I have to admit that those particular trees with the gorgeous colors are in the minority - the trees in Virginia are just beginning to turn. But these ARE beauties!

Allison, please email me your full name at SHScott21@gmail.com. I'll ask for you on Friday. :)

Blythe Gifford said...

Lovely! I spent a night in the old part a few years ago, and it was like waking up in another century. So special.

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