June 19, 2018, Williamsburg-
In 2007, the three of us took in downtown Williamsburg, just as the sun was setting. Whilst there was no opportunity to take in the interiors of various historic buildings, the ambiance of Williamsburg at twilight is nothing short of divine.
That being one of my sweetest memories of the 2007 journey, I checked into a reasonable motel here: Bassett Motel, east of downtown. After a hearty pasta dinner, I headed to the twilight of 2018 Williamsburg. Here are several scenes of downtown, and of the College of William and Mary.
Despite the light rain, many families were out and about, this evening. Like them, I am captivated by historic buildings in amber glow.
The College of William and Mary was founded in 1693.
This is a statue of Norborn E. Berkeley, who was Governor of Virginia at the time the College was chartered. Below, the College campus shared the enchanting ambiance of downtown.
This magic again captured in a bottle, my thoughts turned towards Yorktown, which also escaped our attention, eleven years ago.