A non-descript presbyterian meetinhouse down by the capital.
Governor's Council Chamber
The council was selected, not elected.
Duke of Gloucester from the Capital
I love taking this photo during every visit.
Governor's Council Chamber 2
The committee of safety responded to Dunmore's proclamation.
I was free to wander, so I could take photos I'd not been able to previously.
This is THE speaker's chair. No one knows who owns it, but it resides in the historic area nevertheless.
President Jefferson speaks to the crowd about a myriad of topics.
Bricks continue to dry until they are stacked for firing.
remains of 2016's kiln.
A plumb line helped tell if something was level.
So much character!
the Raleigh Alley from the back.
The public room.
The private room, set up for a dinner.
Most people slept in the common room, you could pay extra for private accomodations.
Slaves were PROPERTY. This is a difficult reality to grasp.
Small Private Room
The small private room at Weatherburn's.
Courthouse and Magazine
I love the framing of this shot.
Palace and Garden Wall.
I don't think I'd ever been down this path.
To the Maze
The maze was closed, which bummed me out, but the the photo was interesting.
Gates fascinate me.
Near the maze entrance.
Into the kitchen
Looking from the outside, in.
They work either as solo or in pairs. The animals in Williamsburg have it VERY good.
An Ox is any cattle trained to work.
Look at those eyes.