Travel Tuesday: Fall in Colonial Williamsburg

Never is exercise more enjoyable than in the fall. The weather is mild, the sky is blue, and the woods are painted a variety of colors. There is something therapeutic about the sound and feel of the crunch of leaves under foot as I walk a wooded trail.

It’s peak now on Virginia’s Peninsula. Over the past week, I took my camera along on my walks. Okay, so I may not have kept the pace I normally do, but let’s just say I was doing intervals…

The shots were taken in Colonial Williamsburg and New Quarter Park (see those pics here).

For more information about visiting Colonial Williamsburg and the local vicinity, see my recent blog post, Holistic Health and History in Williamsburg, Virginia.

What do pictures of fall foliage have to do with wellness? Let’s just say they are soul candy…

Fall in Colonial Williamsburg

 

A maple tree frames one of the homes on Duke of Gloucester Street.

Colonial Williamsburg Fall

 It’s easy to feel like you’ve stepped out of a time machine when you visit Colonial Williamsburg.

Colonial Williamsburg Ox Cart

 

Blue skies and beautiful leaves at the Peyton Randolph House.

Colonial Williamsburg - Fall at Peyton Randolph House

 

 Trumpet vines frame a home in Colonial Williamsburg.

Colonial Williamsburg Fall Trumpet Vine

 

 

I hope you enjoyed these examples of nature’s beauty. Get out. Get walking. Bring your camera. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for images of the autumn splendor at New Quarter Park.

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