Colors of Autumn in Colonial Williamsburg
The holiday decorations in Colonial Williamsburg will always get your attention. They are are made from natural materials and follow traditional designs of the 18th century. Preparing the decorations is an all year long effort and they are refreshed daily between Thanksgiving and New Year's.
More dried arrangements are used in locations with lots of sun and fresh materials are used more on the shady sides of the streets. Squirrels and birds are alert for the new materials.
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Best wishes to all for a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Colors of Autumn in Colonial Williamsburg IMG_1420
Photograph by Roy Kelley
Roy and Dolores Kelley Photographs