Whittletown in white.
Pyracantha berries provide a decorative holiday touch.
A quieting blanket settles over Chatham.
Chatham's officially-designated sled run, Holt Street, hosts family fun.
Reaching for the sky.
In the distance are St. Mary's Chapel and its famous oak, on the Chatham Hall campus.
Frosty, a Chatham Hall student creation.
The Tunstall-Hargrave House presents a study in monochrome.
A turn off Hurt Street.
Along Fairview Road.
"Angels" in the snow.
A truckload of firewood on Court Place defines the season.
Winter strips away the leaves of deciduous trees and reveals a rare and lone shortleaf pine in Chatham's "Little Wilderness," near the Old Courthouse Spring.
Joe White lights the Christmas lanterns throughout downtown Chatham.
Even busy Santa keeps office hours when he visits Chatham!
Santa and Mrs. Claus welcome the National Christmas Tree, on its way to Washington, D. C., to Chatham (2004).
Friends wave (1976).
On a cold winter day, a Pino's customer patiently awaits a hot pizza carryout.
Green hints of spring appear along Kemper Lane.
This website is sponsored by Mitchells Publications and the Sims-Mitchell House B&B, Chatham, Virginia.
Copyright © 2001–2004 Patricia B. Mitchell.