More layers of history and life on the Colonial Parkway near Williamsburg and Jamestown, Virginia.
For the Daily Post’s
Weekly Photo Challenge: Layered
The James River, from a bank along the Colonial Parkway
Jamestown, Virginia, November 2013
The scarlet Virginia Creeper vine caught my attention. I was walking along the bank, camera at the ready, on this first very cold and windy day of autumn hoping to see birds out on the river. The wind was too much for all but the eagles, who were riding the wind currents far above. All of the ducks and gulls were sheltering in the marsh on the other side of the Parkway. This place, in and of itself is about layers. Layer upon layer of life and living gathers in this place.
The presence of the native people is still strong here. The mighty Powhatan Confederacy controlled most of present day Virginia west to the Shenandoah Valley, north as far as Washington, DC, south into North Carolina, and east along the Eastern Shore…
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