I apologize for the short and quick posts of the past few days. I've been in a bit over my head at work due to the fact that my boss left for India the day I came back from Europe, and I've been doing his job as well as mine. Blogging and keeping up on the several other blogs I follow just hasn't been as big a priority.
For the moment I can catch my breath and spare some time to share more Victorian-inspired treasures from Europe with you all. All photos are courtesy of my twin sister Leigh.
|Not the best image, but Leigh and I were trying to take photos rather covertly. This is the interior of the main post office in Klaipeda, Lithuania, a 19th century neo-Gothic styled building.|
|A wall detail in the main post office in Klaipeda|
|The Hill of Crosses, outside Siauliai, Lithuania|
|Cameo rings from a market stall in Riga, Latvia. Leigh bought the blue one on the right, while I purchased the pink one on the left. It's so nice to know that I can infect family members with my own neo-Victorian fashion interests.|