A Ragged Colt May Make A Good Horse

I'm still finding excuses to drive down to Fort Monroe (where I lived last year) and wander around the moat and visit the deserted beaches. It had been a quiet base before, but now it seems almost a ghost town. Only a handful of families remain; the roads are more populated with gulls dropping clams from above to break their shells than cars. There's a certain stillness in the air, a deserted look to the beaches that didn't exist before; sand unblemished by previous footprints. Yet, I'm not quite ready to give up the ghost, enjoying an aimless wander there now more than ever before...


Outfit details:
Korkease oxfords

CONVERSATION

26 comments:

  1. your outfit is lovely... i love the horsey print pretty dress! i love anything with animal motifs:D
    The location here is truly beautiful! i can see why you continue to go back
    Rachel x

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  2. I absolutely love this outfit! Looks fabulous! :)

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  3. You look lovely Doll :) I am enthralled with that black coat :)

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  4. That's almost perfect. The deep colours and ths golden buttons make you remind me a modern russian aristocrate :)

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  5. LOVING that cardigan. The buttons are amazing. Love the locale, too.

    Rebecca (hearts)...

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  6. Great shoes! I love the buttons on the cardigan, it's really graphical...
    Kisses from Paris ;)
    Pandore

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  7. I always love your photo shoots in this spot - such a pretty place, it must be amazing to wander around.

    Love this outfit too!

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  8. I love when you wear horse prints. You always manage to make it look so chic. :) And that cardigan is absolutely perfect!

    thejoyfulfox.blogspot.com

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  9. What a cute dress!! and I love the oxfords, they're really cute :D
    http://beinthesun.blogspot.com/

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  10. I love the horse print dress! I'm wearing my horsey print today too!!!

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  11. such a gorgeous location! I love your photos here:)

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  12. Gorgeous dress, and beautiful photos!

    xx Jessica

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  13. You always find such great places to take your photos, I envy you living in my countryside areas. I live slap bang in the middle of suburbia. No quiet spaces except for my garden...anyway it must be so nice to find a spot like Fort Monroe!

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  14. In the first photo i thought that sweater was part of the jacket. Nice layering job! Super cute outfit and great photos.

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  15. Fort Monroe sounds like a dreamy place... Love your cardigan!

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  16. I love all the buttons on your cardigan, what a wonderful detail.

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  17. beautiful as always. love the shoes, and love the location you shot in!

    <3 rae

    http://www.loveforschoolgirl.net/

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  18. That jacket is fantastic! I love the detail and the buttons!

    modaelan.blogspot.com

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  19. I love your blog it's amazing!
    xo,
    thecitizenscloset.blogspot.com

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  20. Awww I love the last picture! Your outfit (the darkness) goes soo well against the white (of the bricks).. love where you take your shots from! Wish I had somewhere like this to explore!

    www.prettylittletitch.blogspot.com

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  21. Great inspiration! The soft lens of the camera looks so good with your outfit in the profile shot.

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  22. wow how cool! i believe i saw the fort on the travel channel's show called the forbidden city or something like that. you're so lucky to visit such a place (: happy day!

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