11.13.2014

Besides the Parade



Here is a little more about our visit to Colonial Williamsburg on Veterans day. 
Today's post is a lot more color toned down compared to my last post that was full of red,
white and blue colors from the Veteran's Day celebration. 









Thank your for your visit!

Linking to Good Fences 

13 comments:

  1. Wow, that first fence has seen better days! It has a beautiful rustic look!

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  2. love the old split rail! and great homes and picket fences, too.

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  3. Fabulous images!!! So pristine and all-American.

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  4. I enjoyed all . Thanks for sharing.

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  5. My first thought was that these photos were taken somewhere foreign so after I read where they were taken, I was surprised. The unusual shape of the basket the one lady is wheeling away with, almost looked like a giant corn cob.

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  6. Love the split rail weathered fence although I don't think it is going to last much longer!

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  7. Loved the splitrail fence, you shot it at great angles. Neat looking parade particpants and that last shot looks warm and inviting. A nice haven on a cold fall day.

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  8. Wonderful split-rails and other fences. I miss Williamsburg! It was always one of my daughter's favorite places to go at Christmas time!

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  9. I would love to visit Williamsburg and I love that kind of fence.

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  10. wonderful old fence. Nice to see the people all dressed up in costume.

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  11. Parecen imágenes de una película de colonos;)) Buenas cercas de madera!!
    Un beso.

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  12. Estupendo desfile, se lo merecen!!!
    Un beso.

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  13. That first fence looks very old, I'm glad it's still hanging together.

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