This past Saturday the three of us, plus canines, made our fall pilgrimage to Colonial Williamsburg. The weather was chilly, but not cold, appropriate for the season. Our timing was good as this was likely the peak weekend for fall color in Williamsburg, and the trees did not disappoint. For this post we will skip the history lessons and just enjoy the photos, but if you want to learn more just click on the Williamsburg label in my sidebar for several previous visits.
The next few shots were taken in the Adams Garden on the William and Mary campus.
The weeping tree below is Cascade Falls Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum 'Cascade Falls'), a newer cultivar.
We will end our day trip by taking my favorite way home on the Jamestown-Scotland ferry. It crosses the James River and is one of Virginia's great free treasures, plus it is often quicker and always less frustrating then I-64.