These photos were taken during my short holiday. My three day stay down south was filled with all things aesthetically pleasing and magical. Farm animals, wandering the fruit orchards, warm apple crumble, riding bikes and sleepy road trips spent listening to music. I enjoyed browsing the most adorable little shops which were filled with faeries, soaps, antiques, sparkly gemstones and teddies. I ate devonshire teas at quaint cafes, tasted chocolate at the chocolate factory, went to old fashioned lolly shoppes (I bought a very sweet sugar mouse) and had cosy nights in spent playing games and roasting peacan nuts and marshmallows on the crackling fire. There were misty forrests (I was sure I had found Narnia), a secluded cubby house which would have been perfect for a tea party and pretty gardens such as the one at the lavender farm but also those with vegetable patches like Mr McGregors. The most loveliest part of all, though, was the rain, so much wonderful rain and the birdies who happily twittered in the trees.
On the way back home, we stopped at a little village called Abingdon. There were many gorgeous miniature models of historic buildings in the UK and even a secret garden. Sinton Court Manor, Ann Hathaway's cottage, Shakespeare's birth house, St Nicholas Church, a village green....they were all there except in dollshouse form.