A Day In Williamsburg, VA

Today I met my oldest friend and her son in Williamsburg, VA for a few hours. They are both the most photogenic mother/son duo. The weather was perfect, not too cold and the sun was shining. We had a great time! I saw one bird that I did not recognize and I’m pretty sure that it was not a wren. It blended in with the bark of the tree very well and is difficult to make out. Luckily I had my new lens and could get a close shot as it made its way up the tree. Please let me know if you can tell what it is.

Pretty Turnip

Hey Jack!

Cotton for Sale!

Horses!

Painter.

Does anyone know what kind of bird this is? It is not a wren and moved so fast up the tree!

Here’s another shot.

Look how blue the sky was.

Apple in the hole. This is how they used to build homes during colonial times.

Trying on the hat. Will Jack?

Nope! No hat for me!

Playing with “Derrick” the train, on the tree.

I love this knotty tree.

So many gorgeous wreaths today!

Here is another unique one.

Look how pretty.

….and another

Small but Sweet

This one is a chicken laying eggs!

Oysters!

Why is this not working?

Pretty Red Coat

More horses!

Well, we almost got him to put his head in.

Gorgeous tree.

I did not know this about Holly trees.

Artsy shot.

All Images © 2013 L.J. Hancock

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