April Visit to Williamsburg

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I had meant to write this earlier since I put the photos online a week or two ago… but life has this way of getting busy without warning. 🙁

One of my favorite places in the world is Williamsburg, Va and I’ve posted photos from it off and on over the years. We made a trip there a few weeks ago to visit some friends who were traveling through the area. It was only a short weekend, but I managed a few shots that I like.

It also spurred me to make Williamsburg a real focus for the year and I plan to return as often as I can. I have a year-long pass, so my goal is go often and focus specifically on certain themes with every visit: people, architecture, macro/details, trades, seasonal aspects… whatever. Not that I won’t shoot some of whatever presents itself, but I think a series of specific thematic goals for each visit will make for an interesting project.

This time, I focused a bit harder on people in period costume (102 shots) than any other subject. That shows a bit in this visit’s set.

Nothing earth-shattering here, but it does add to my growing library of shots from colonial Virginia.

Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “April Visit to Williamsburg”

  1. Drew says:

    Looks like a really nice trip into the past! You got some great shots as well!

  2. Williamsburg is such a fun place to wander around and find shots! Lots of in-character people too!