These old, sometimes crumbling, sometimes uneven bricks always remind me of W&M. In fact, part of the reason we chose our first apartment was because it reminded us of our days in Williamsburg. The apartment was in an old brick building with a lot of character - actually considered a historical landmark.
I took a picture of this building because I really wanted to share it with you all. It holds a special place in my heart. Picture me at 18, having just left home for the first time, and the college assigns me an adviser housed in a building called "the South Outhouse". The South Outhouse was one room (an office) and existed in a corner of campus. I couldn't locate it on a campus map so it took me forever to find and I was late to my first ever advising meeting as a freshman. Not to mention the fact that the building was so old it didn't even have a doorknob. There was a piece of rope strung through small hole in the door and when you pulled it, it opened the door. I was definitely a little scared on the way to my first meeting :)
These last couple pictures are just more places I love on campus. The sunken gardens (first picture) is just a really nice place to hang out. It's basically a field that's been lowered a few feet into the ground - just picture a giant grassy pit. It's a lot nicer than it sounds :) The last picture is just of one of the walkways on campus.