Well, it wasn’t much but we’ll take it! Colonial Williamsburg was covered in a dusting of snow this morning and we couldn’t wait to grab our cameras and do a little exploring. Take a look at some of the beautiful images we captured and let us know which are your favorites!
All I could think of when we walked down DoG Street was that it looked like someone sprinkled powder sugar over our historic houses and buildings. While we may have only gotten about an inch of snow, it was still beautiful—hopefully a taste of what’s still to come this winter. Check out our top picks and then scroll through our slideshow to see a complete gallery, including images sent in by one of our readers, Shannon Schojan.
Jessica’s Top Picks
Can you tell I love pictures that feature snow-covered leaves? There’s just something about the snow and the holly berries that screams winter to me! I also love that you can see the Magazine in the distance.
We snapped this one early on—outside the Bruton Parish Cemetery.
I also love this picture of the Peyton Randolph House and the splash of color peaking through the drab landscape.
Rachel’s Top Picks
When this little guy jumped up to grab a snack, I knew I had to capture the moment. He wanted something fresher and I appreciate that!
The shape of the brick Magazine along with the white snow and a cloaked interpreter made for a really pretty picture.
The Governor’s Palace is iconic by itself, but add snow and you’ve got yourself one beautiful scene. An interpreter was opening up for tours and it all came together perfectly.
JANUARY 27, 2015
We’re keeping an eye on the forecast since it looks like we could be in store for even more snow next week. We promise to have our cameras ready!