A Hazy Shade of Winter: Williamsburg Photo Excursion

Today I was finally able to go on a Williamsburg photo excursion with my real camera, instead of my phone. It was an unseasonably warm day, especially for a Northern like me, so the campus and the town were abuzz with people out for some fresh air. On such days you can walk alongside the Sunken Garden and watch frisbees and badminton birdies fly about, thrown and hit by invisible players hidden behind a curtain of hedges.  It is a uniquely W&M sight—come to think of it, I should have taken a picture. Oh well, I still took plenty of others in Colonial Williamsburg. I think having an actual camera truly makes all the difference. Enjoy!

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Governor’s Palace cupola, putting my zoom lens to the test

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If in doubt, you can always recognize me as the one taking photos of strange trees.

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Because trees are simply enchanting.

 

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No fence can stop this tree.

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Court House cupola

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Outdoor Stage

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Bird nooks nestled into the roof of a shed

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The Shoemaker’s

 

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Texture!

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And saving the cutest for last…

 

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