Yesterday went to Melton Mowbray, a little market town close by. We didn’t stay long- we had some shopping to do and most of the town was closed anyway, but still had a few moments to wander about and snap a few shots of what it looks like.
I was happy to have been finally able to take some photos of nice Autumn colours before they all give way to white.
This one came out a bit out of focus and I only noticed at home. Ha well.
The church and the graveyard.
The service was on, so I couldn’t go snoop around inside, sadly.
Melton Mowbray is well know for its pork pie, hence the panel above. I particularly liked the little animals on the bottom.
And this is what I wore
Scarf – El Corte Ingles
Dress – Blanco
Gloves -vintage, handmade by my great aunt
Knee highs – Peacocks
Boots – Macsamillian of Oxford
Detail shot of what the headband looks like.
lovely autumn colors and lovely booties on the fallen leaves!
such pretty pics!
besos & otoño
Holy gorgeousness! This neighborhood looks amazing and Fall is truly the prettiest time of the year 🙂
Well hello there, so lovely to meet you and thank you so much for visiting my blog!! I'm so happy you did because I've found an amazing, creative woman here – yes, YOU!! I'm flipping out over the outfit you chose to wear for your outing – green gloves, yay!!! The scenery pics are so beautiful, great photography – how about those headstones all jammed together? Wow! I'm following you now:)) xo
Beautiful photos, and you look soooooooooo lovely.
Thank you 🙂 It was a nice day out.
Beautiful autmn pics!
thank you 🙂