This area is on the outskirts of Historic Jamestown, Virginia. This is the place where 104 British colonists landed after sailing up the James River on May 13, 1607. Their story of struggle and death in an effort to establish a colony in what became known as America is pretty sobering. Most who came were [...]
Ha! There were cows in Williamsburg and Sheep, too. I was amazed at just how close you could get to all the animals. Even the crazy squirrels would run up and try to beg for food. I have not taken a single photograph of a butterfly all summer and pretty soon the seasons will change, [...]
I discovered two things about Colonial Williamsburg: one the people who work here love their jobs. At least that is what comes across and the second thing is that they really get into their characters. Oh and there is a third thing: they know a lot of history. Fact is everyone up here knows an [...]
TFC professor Phil Howard told me about Aromas Coffee shop, and I'm glad he did. Breakfast there was great and late evening coffee was just as good. I have a feeling that if I lived in Williamsburg, I would spend some time here drinking coffee, reading, talking with friends, and editing on the computer. The [...]
I've never been to Williamsburg, Virginia. All the travels over all the years but never stopped here. So it is only fitting that on my first visit I looked up one of the most important citizens of the area—George Washington. Here he is riding toward the courthouse to deliver a call to arms for America. [...]
Window shopping late in the evening under tungsten light . . . and refusing to put the camera away. No hints as to where these photos were taken but Cocoa Joy was not with me.