Saturday, July 9, 2011

Amazing Victorian architecture

Hello. I've just returned from a trip to the States where I visited family.
It seems whenever I go I am very lucky to have relatives who have holiday homes by the water.
This time we went to Cape May. It didn't disappoint.
Cape May is one of America's oldest seaside resorts and home to the second largest collection of Victorian style homes (in the nation) after San Francisco. The architecture was beautiful and the sweet bayside town of NJ had a lovely artsy feel. Still can't get use to paying for the use of the beach though.
Unfortuntely I didn't take the charger to my camera nor can I find my camera amidst all the unpacking however for now I have managed to find these lovely images.
I am sure you will agree it is indeed gorgeous and fuel for the soul when you have a small child who can't sleep and you are taking them for walks long the street at 5am :)






1 comment:

Lynda @ {ubersavvy} said...

Why can't I grow hydrangeas like this? Looks amazing Michelle. Shame about the camera though!