Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Historic Williamsburg

Here are some shots from historical Williamsburg, VA.  I know George and Betsy have been there but they will probably enjoy pictures again. :)  It is a beautiful place and so well kept.
Governor's mansion

One more shot.


Don't remember the name of this church (and Patti is not near to tell me. :) )




5 comments:

Ginny said...

Have to say my favorite is the pipe organ and chandelier, an unusual and striking photo!!

George said...

Thanks for the memories, Neal. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Williamsburg, and would like to go back. In the meantime, I'm enjoying your wonderful pictures.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

AH---love that place!!!! Thanks for the memories.. Don't know that church either -but it's not Bruton Parish I don't think...

Thanks for sharing. Keep those pictures coming!!!
Betsy

Carletta said...

You were only about 45 minutes from where I used to live. :) My daughter is still down there. We used to take the fourth grade school kids to Williamsburg. I've been there many times. It makes for a lovely day.
I'm pretty sure the church is Bruton Parish.

Rose said...

Patti is doing what I would be doing...petting the horses.