Snowy path from the employee parking lot. I had to go to work early to get some good snowy shots.
William Randolph Lodging house. A very few lucky William & Mary students get to live here.
Nicholson Store, an original structure.
A cluster of outbuildings
Pasteur and Galt Apothecary
Colonial Capitol building.
Nicholson Store and John Crump House
The rear of Wetherburn's Tavern, with smokehouse, dairy, and well.
Rosemary in the kitchen garden of Wetherburn's Tavern
Vegetables under snow cover.
Cabbages (I think).
A tree fell at the corner of Botetourt and Francis Streets
Root ball of the tree
The amazingly regal Williamsburg Inn
Masonic Lodge Kitchen, a hotel guest house.
Rear garden of Lightfoot Tenement
Lightfoot Tenement and Magazine
Reflecting pool near the spa.
Main entrance to The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg
Wisteria walkway near the spa.
The main entrance to the renovated Williamsburg Lodge
Lightfoot Tenement, a hotel guest house.
The Courthouse of 1773 with the pillory and Ludwell Tenement behind.
The magazine and guardhouse
Peyton-Randolph House from across Market Square
This tree has held on to its leaves all winter.
DoG street facing West.
DoG Street sidewalk.
George Pitt House.
Sign of the Rhinoceros
Neat icicles on the Post Office roof.
Brick House Tavern.
The oft-photographed Prentis Garden.
Funny how the snow is higher on the mortar lines of the brick walkways.
For my wife. We were engaged in the Royal Governor's Coach on Botetourt Street in 2006.
I went out again at lunch. Couldn't resist the big perfect snowflakes. My office building, a little blurry (more bad hurried focusing).
Duke of Gloucester Street at Merchants Square. You can just make out the cupola of the College of William & Mary's Wren Building.
Catherine Blakely House and Severinus Durfey's Tailoring shop.
Obligatory shot of the Blair House Kitchen garden.
Timson house, one of the oldest in town, seen from across a pasture.
The Bryan House stands on the site of the old 17th century Nassau Ordinary.
Duke of Gloucester street sign.
Bruton Parish Church and the sign for the Harness and Saddlemaker.
One of my favorite locations. It was so peaceful and zen-like with the snow falling gently between the leaves. Wish I had video!
Bell jars protecting plants in the Colonial Nursery.
Bruton Parish Church from the nursery.
The Governor's Palace.
James Geddy House, Mary Dickinson Shop, Roscoe-Cole House, and mailman.
This store was used to represent a Trenton tavern in the “John Adams” miniseries on HBO.
This is my “John Adams” or “Batman” dutch shot.
Closeup of the Greenhow Store sign.
Chowning's was open for lunch.
Bird bottle on the George Reid House.
Prentis House. One of the largest in town.
Something sort of Dickensian about Tarpley's in the snow.
Wetherburn's Tavern is an original building, restored.
King's Arms Tavern, operated in the 18th C. by Ms. Jane Vobe.
The George Wythe House, original Georgian building.
Folks playing in the snow on Palace Green.