Monday, May 16, 2011

in the graveyard

Revenge of the formerly deleted post! Let's try this once more since the last time Blogger was pitted against us!

As I mentioned in my last post, I have been in England for a wedding and to muck about in the counrtyside (& the city) for a spell.  I spent most of my nights in a small village where "the Brit's" parents live near Par in Cornwall.  I've been there many times but we are always so busy with day trips and other happenings that there are still a few unexplored areas in their village I have wanted to investigate. One of the being...the graveyard...
They technically call it a "church yard", as I understand, referring to particular the type of grave yard/church combination.
Sadly, I don't know much about the history of this place, other than it being the site a priory which dated as far back as the 1500s - the church was erected in the 1800s, I believe.
It was spooky being there as the sun went down.  As we left the bells started chiming. very eerie timing.
outfit details:
dress & scarf: h&m
cardigan: american apparel* (note: if you buy one do NOT put it in the dryer! it has since pilled itself to an early death)
belt: primark 
shoes: urban outfitters

photos of me by:"the brit"

musical notes: tori amos - happy phantom

7 comments:

Quincy said...

 That place looks amazing!I can't believe you'll be here in just over two weeks! :o)

Cassidy said...

Love your blog and your photos! You remind me a little of Kirsten Dunst!  

meg, reckless daughter said...

I know! which reminds me...expect an email from me in the near future ;)

RestonStyle said...

I love old English church yards! I trek across the Atlantic one -two times a year to visit family and always go to visit my great grannie's church :) Great photos!

meg, reckless daughter said...

 thanks for stopping by to say hello! I appreciate it very much.

rachel c. said...

 This is glorious. I have a penchant for old graveyards and Nashville has quite a few interesting ones, but there's something so amazing and almost humbling about being in Europe where the history dates back so much further.

meg, reckless daughter said...

 one more thing to add to my "things to do in Nashville" list!

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