Saturday, 16 November 2013

Cornwall: Part 3.

I know, you probably didn't think I could have taken any more photos on such a short trip, but I did! Here is the final part of my Cornish adventure (sneak peeks, part 1, and part 2 were earlier this week). For our final adventure we visited Lanhydrock (so autumnal, and empty!), did a part of the Camel walk, and took a short trip through Bodmin (mysterious, I can see how it could be creepy in the mist, all empty).







 





8 comments:

  1. Oh my! The brick buildings covered in ivy make my heart stop - so gorgeous!

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    1. There really were some gorgeous buildings to see in Cornwall, surrounded by nature!

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  2. I never went to Cornwall while I adventured through the UK but it looks wonderful! I love your photos and they seem to be giving me a travel itch again. If only you were closer!

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    1. Thanks Shy! Looking at my photos is making me want to go back again as well!

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  3. These are possibly my favourites of your pictures from Cornwall - I would love to live in one of those houses!

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    1. Thank you Polly! Ohh I would love to live in a seaside cottage surrounded by nature, they look so dreamy and happy!

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  4. So glad you left a sweet comment on my blog, not only because I enjoy sweet comments, but because I followed it back here, and now I'm hooked! Your sketches are absolutely lovely, and I'm devouring all these glimpses of England. It's my favorite place I've ever been (and I'm fully convinced I like it better than any place I've never been as well). So happy to add your blog to my feed!

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    1. Oh thank you so much Jess, such a kind comment, I'm glad you like my posts! Haha, so funny, you love England and I love the USA, I visited 2 years ago and its definitely one of my favourite places, and was the best trip ever!

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