I've been coming to Williamsburg for 20 years, and I've always wanted to eat here. And yet I never have.
Steps from one of the Colonial Buildings.
N. Henry Street Stone
The shadow in the engraved letters creates a bolding effect.
Early Morning Magazine
Palace Green Street Stone
The contrast makes for a distinctive photo.
The bell reads "Williamsburg."
A close up of the Prentis store sign.
I've always loved these.
Colonial Street Stone 2
Amazing how a change of angle alters the composition of the shot. The light seems much more harsh here.
One of my few attempts at "street photography." This image shouts "peace" to me. Only I'd have coffee instead of water.
Colonial Street Stone
I love the colors!
Goods and Reflection
A shop's wares stare into the morning as the blue sky reflects off the glass.
Morning on the Duke of Gloucester Street
An empty streat, and a peaceful morning.
I find the typeface of the sign to be intriguing.
The Capital Clock with the Union Jack fluttering in the breeze.
Gates might be my favorite subjects to photograph. They invoke a sense of journey and mystery. A gate with a path behind it is photography gold in my book.
I have no idea what this is. Loved how the morning Sun illuminated it, though.
The shepherd called, but this sheep was doing its own thing...
A cow munching in the early morning before it became too hot!
Sheep down low
I was laying on my side to bring the camera lens as clost to the ground as possible. Very pleased with the result!
Sheep and the Courthouse
I image this as a scene straight from the 18th Century.
Happy sheep munching on some clover.
Sheep and Shepherds
Sheep graze while shepherds chat.
Blind Date Book
I thought this was clever. Not clever enough to buy the book, mind you, but clever.
I don't know why I've never photographed these before.
Fantastic, and massive.
A lock, forged in the Williamsburg Armory at the Blacksmith's.
Tin Smith Wares
Tin was light and durable, which made it perfect for a campaigning soldier.