Orange flowers and amber waves: Fredericksburg photographed

Kris and I are wrapping up work on a writing project that focuses on the Battle of Fredericksburg. The project is scheduled for release just prior to the sesquicentennial anniversary in December. As I sorted through the photos I took for the project, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite scenic shots.

The Rappahannock canal, just off Princess Anne Street (not too far from Carl’s ice cream!)

The Slaughter Pen Farm, looking southwest across the field where Meade’s division advanced toward Prospect Hill (the highest spot along the treeline)

The site of the Union breakthrough along what is now Lee Drive

The Innis House, next to the stone wall and sunken road

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