Saturday, 28 February 2015

My Sunday Photo


This is my first sunday photo featuring myself and not taken by me. My sister snapped this while we were  having a quick rest from exploring Mount Edgcumbe country house in Cornwall. It is my all time favourite place to come for a long walk. I have so many childhood memories here. With me is my sister's amazing cockapoo, Teddy. 

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  1. Looks like a lovely place. I haven't come across it before on previous trips to Cornwall. (Adds to list ...)

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    1. Its beautiful, I definitely recommend adding it to your list.

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  2. That place is huge, I'm always behind the camera!

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    1. It's rare for me to post a pic of myself. Behind the camera is the best place to be.

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  3. I knew just where it was after reading your Country Kids post!

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    1. I have been going mad with the Mount Edgcumbe photos. I nearly filled my memory card up.

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  4. Like Fiona, I knew immediately where you were :) Lovely photo x

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    1. Thank you. I posted more of the same place today. Its just great for taking photographs.

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  5. Great photo, would so love to visit Mount Edgcumbe. LOVE the dog! :)

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    1. Thank you. The dog is amazing, a little poser.

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  6. I love Mount Edgcombe!! I can't believe how close we live?! Have you been contacted by Little Ellie Mae about the Plymouth Blogger meet up in April? xxx

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    1. I love that all the Plymouth bloggers are getting together. I have been talking to Ellie. I really want to come to the meet up but its just time issues, fingers crossed i can come. x

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  7. Lovely photo. I've never heard of that place, but we just spend all our time in Padstow when we go on holiday!

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    1. It's quite hidden. There is a ferry from Plymouth to the park if you are ever down in the area.

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  8. I love old buildings and the architecture of this photo caught my eye. Looks like a lovely place to explore.

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    1. It's a beautiful country house. There is so much detail all around the walls.

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  9. Lovely old buildings. It is nice to get some fresh air these days.

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    1. It gorgeous. Now that spring is here, fresh air is a must.

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  10. Wow that's gorgeous. I wonder if that was a stately home at one time?

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    1. It was a stately home for an earl. It belongs to the public now.

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  11. Such a sweet picture, popping by from Sunday Photo, have a lovely day

    Mama-andMore.com

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  12. Lovely what a beautiful photo and stunning building xx

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  13. Really beautiful photo, it looks a lovely place

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. It's an amazing house. Thanks for hosting :)

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  14. this is lovely and what a glorious building. great shot.

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  15. A very grand looking building, a lovely location :)

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  16. What a lovely photo! What a lovely location x

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  17. A lovely photo! Love the relax ambiance and the beautiful details in the background. #MySundayPhoto

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  18. A great photo, it looks a lovely place to visit x

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  19. wow nice photo, looks like a place to do some serious exploring :)

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  20. very nice shot.
    you look so pretty.. the dog too. :>

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  21. What a beautiful place. I haven't been to Cornwall for years, must change that! Love the dog too! :)

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  22. Gorgeous photo - what a beautiful place to visit :-)

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  23. Lovely photo, we love Cornwall x

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  24. Lovely picture, I really like the colouring of the stonework and the detail of the door frame.

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