Colonial Williamsburg’s Manager of Photographic Services, Dave Doody, captured breathtaking photos of the Historic Area all dressed in white.
Growing up in the Tidewater area, I used to watch the forecasts for snow with so much excitement. Snow days were my favorite, not only because we had no school, but because there was nothing better than running around in the snow.
To this day I still love snow since I consider it to be a rare treat for us.
We typically get these kind of storms in February of each year, but Winter Storm Jonas decided to visit us a couple of weeks early.
I don’t live far from the Historic Area, and my home was covered in a blanket of white very quickly. I knew just down the street things were shaping up to be rather beautiful in the world’s largest living history museum.
Of course I was right. Snow tends to make even the most beautiful places even more stunning. Don’t you agree?
Here are some more gorgeous shots of the snow by Dave!
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