Stuff I've taken Pictures of/Obligatory photo galleries
(Jamestown)


Jamestown Church, from Ferry across the James.  April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)
The little white thing is a statue of John Smith (see below)
 

James Estuary from the Ferry (Carter's Grove and Martin's Hundred are somewhere on the right hand side of the picture).   April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

Jamestown Dig Site, from Ferry across the James.
April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

Jamestown Dig Site, from Ferry across the James.
April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

Jamestown Dig Site, from Ferry across the James.
April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

Susan Constant, from Ferry across the James.
April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)
 

Susan Constant, from Ferry across the James.
April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

April 1999.  (Sony Mavica MVC FD7)

Jamestown Church from the Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Jamestown dig from the Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Jamestown from the Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

Susan Constant, Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

MTA (Military Through the Ages) Jamestown Museum.  March 2002.  (Kodak disposable)

 Jamestown Road
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9
February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse (flaw in film)
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse (flaw in film)
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Jamestown Glasshouse (flaw in film)
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

James River from road to Jamestown (the "Jamestown Settlement" is off to the right
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

The mainland from the road to Jamestown (the "Jamestown Settlement" and the Glasshouse are in front of the camera behind the trees.  The ship's masts were visible when the picture was taken, but they have vanished in the shot)
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

James River and the Ferries
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Display in the current (temporary) visitor's center.  On the top shelf is a Pipkin
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Display in the current (temporary) visitor's center. 
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

The site of the old visitor's center, which was wiped out when Isabelle came to call in September 2003.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown.  I believe this is the "long house" along the "back strete".
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown.
Still part of the "long house"
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Ruins of the Ambler House, Jamestown.  The Ambler house was built in the early 1700s as a plantation house after the abandonment of most of the Jamestown site after the population had moved up to the new Capitol at the Middle Plantation (Williamsburg)
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Ruins of the Ambler House, Jamestown
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

The James estuary looking down to the Chesapeake and the Sea
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown.  I believe this was the "First State House"(1640-50).
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Building Ruins, Jamestown.  I believe this was the "First State House"(1640-50). You can see the Ambler House beyond the tree in back
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

The Tree in back of the "First State House"(1640-50) with the Ambler House behind it.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Statue of John Smith, Jamestown
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A) - compare with

Statue of Capt. John Smith, St. Mary Le Bow Courtyard,  London
November 1999
(Pentax Asahi K1000)

Jamestown Church and Tower.
First English church in North America (1617)
 Tower is original, the church was build over the foundations of the old church in 1907.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Inside the Jamestown Church Tower looking up.  The holes are for beams for two higher floors. The Tower dates to 1647 and is the only 17th century building still intact at the site of Jamestown.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Inside the Jamestown Church.  The yellow things on the floor are the original foundations under glass.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Inside the Jamestown Church.  The only known memorial bass in the North America.  It is believed that this is the grave of Sir George Yeardley, governor of Virginia from 1618 to 1621, and  1626 until his death in 1627, when such brasses were falling out of fashion.
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

Part of the Jamestown Church burial ground
9 February 2005
(Minolta X-7A)

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