Friday, October 15, 2010

trouvée: two for the road

Uninscribed, undated, Edwardian perfection! It took me a while to figure out the perspective here ~ two lovers on a hay ride. *wink, wink* {click image to view larger}

Tomorrow, the gentleman and I set off down a new road. Where it is headed we don't exactly know, but we'll travel it together.

Type to you in a week or two. . .


Janet said...

Please accept my heartfelt best wishes as you and the gentleman embark on your new life travels together.
And also my thanks for all the links to information on Mount Pleasant. Only last night I read a short article on the restoration of Mount Pleasant in a back issue of Early American Life which made me wish they had given some information to research further.
Whoo-ee, will be enjoying my browsing this weekend!! Best wishes.
Janet in an 1820's house in coastal Nova Scotia

home before dark said...

Best to you on this wonderful day and happy adventures on the roads ahead.

Ms. Wis./Each Little World said...

Best wishes to both of you. Hope the weather is as gorgeous there as it is here. But no matter; I'm sure it's a perfect day!

little augury said...

yes! you have found the perfect image-saving this BEST for your Newest. much happiness! pgt

victoria thorne said...

infinite blessings (for the road)

smilla4blogs said...

Safe and happy travels to you, today, as you leave for your honeymoon and on all your days together. I have never seen a more beautiful bride, or a sight so moving as you and your gentleman in front of the magnolia garland. Dearest love!

Sanity Fair said...

It's so sweet! I love how they're seated 20 feet apart too - they know they're being watched!
I really enjoyed your post about Mount Pleasant. I adore Georgian architecture, and it is truly unsurpassed.
P.S. I'm hosting a Marc Jacobs jewelry give away - I hope you'll stop by!