I’ve been on the road alot lately, and had the chance to spend a short time on the campus of Willam and Mary Law School in Williamsburg. While my friend did some research in the law library, I wandered around outside with my camera. Of course.
The first thing I saw when I walked out of the door was this stunning sculpture of John Marshall and George Wythe.
And the front was as captivating as the back.
As I turned around, I was struck by the beauty of the campus.
It was early in December yet I still found what looked like spring.
Then I saw the Tamarack Trees off in the distance. Their gorgeous needles were almost glowing.
Though the tamarack tree resembles other evergreens, it is actually a deciduous conifer, meaning that it sheds it’s needles every fall.
Research in the library was over so I took one last shot before getting back on the road.