One aspect of the site that I really enjoy are the buildings with their delightful architectural details. Below are three photos of the Wren Building and one of Wetherburn's Tavern. Don't look too closely at the photographs or you will notice that I'm not much of a photographer. Even so, looking at these photos reminds me of pleasant times with my dear family at Colonial Williamsburg.
|Sunlit Arches at the Wren Building|
We spent a rainy afternoon touring the inside and looking toward the outside.
|Looking through an Arch in the Wren Building|
|Window in the Wren Building|
It is hard to imagine living in a building with a hallway along this slanted roof with windows, but then I guess no one really lived there full-time since it was a tavern where visitors lodged for a night or two, then moved on.
|Upper Floor of Wetherburn's Tavern|
Do you love architectural details, too? If so, click through to Sepia Saturday 219 and find links to others' posts with images of arches, domes, and ceilings.