As I leave the parking garage and walk along the quay wall the view consisted of moored pleasure boats and a museum.
But as I turn the corner by the museum the working waterfront comes into view.
Next was a short walk to the intersection of King and Queen street. These names date from the Colonial period but few structures remain since Hampton was burned by the Confederate Army during the Civil War.
Not much in the way of gardens as I walk Queen Street but these wall paintings are interesting.
The next stop is St. Johns Church.
The cemetery curves around behind the city jail. The inmates have a peaceful view as they serve their time.
This bronze is at the entrance.
I'm chilled almost to the bone. Time to call it a day.