I’m finally getting a little time and have started looking at some of the other snaps I took last weekend. The weather was cold and the sky was blue. The blue you see in the snaps is not a photoshop thingie–that’s real sky. And real cold.
I am fascinated by textures and the bright (some say “demon:) sun reflecting off this house gives the old shingles an almost metal like sheen. I have no idea what they really are made of–perhaps clay. This house is on the edge of Colonial W’burg. Also on the edge of William & Mary .
This also has to do with texture – but also fences. I find myself also fascinated by fences and bridges.
This strange looking tree sitting next to a picture-worthy fence on the edge of Colonial W’burg.
Looking into Colonioal W’burg from the strange looking tree. There is no touch up here, this snap is right out of the box. Look at that blue.
Another fence with some great texture including lichens. Again, note the blue sky. And there is that three hundred year old house in the background.
This is the brick fence that surrounds the old Episcopalian Church and grave yard in Williamsburg.
There were so few colors on this wintry day–blue sky and green shutters. Of course, there were the coloful hats hanging on the door (previous post). Again with the textures.