Favorite photography destinations: Colonial Parkway
*Updated 3/29 with new image
The Colonial Parkway in southeast Virginia is a 23-mile road that connects the historic cities of Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown. With sweeping views of the James and York rivers, it is a very pleasant drive or bike ride, particularly early mornings or late afternoons.
Throughout the seasons there are always interesting photographic opportunities. In springtime, flowering dogwoods resembling popcorn speckle the roadsides, summer brings out the wildflowers in all their glory, autumn colors rival New England's and winter sunrises and sunsets make you forget about the cold.
Here are a few of my memorable photographs along the Colonial Parkway:
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