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?


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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