Cape May, Part II

Back to Cape May, N.J….

As I mentioned, many of the old Victorians were harder to see because of all the overhanging branches. This is one of the few with unobstructed views. It’s in such great shape too.

American beauty

I can’t get over the colors of Cape May….

painted ladies

Painted ladies,

coral wall

a coral wall and bright hydrangeas

coral fence w/ ivy

with a fence to match.

potted flowers

Bright green sweet potato vine with hot pink petunias,

flowerbox w/ sweet potato vine

flowerboxes and ornate wooden railings.

Cape May hammock

How nice would it be to hit this hammock after a long day of sightseeing?

pink Victorian

A pink shoe boutique

pink porch

and a white-gingerbread porch made for reading.

vacancy sign

We saw a lot of signs like this when we were in Cape May….

Victorian

Who wouldn’t want to stay here?

Part III on Friday. 🙂

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15 Responses to Cape May, Part II

  1. Mindy says:

    Beautiful homes and gorgeous colors as usual!!

  2. Ms. Spock says:

    What an amazing place. And the detail!!!! . . . beautifully captured. This Cape May series belongs unquestionably with Pearls-and-Prose’s Greatest Hits. Thanks for the treats . . .

  3. TBM says:

    So lovely. The houses and the flowers are wonderful. I would love to stay and maybe live there!

  4. Caroline says:

    One is more gorgeous than the other. I also like them when they are covered by branches, makes them so mysterious but I don’t mind a good view at all those sophisticated details.

  5. flyinggma says:

    Love the beautiful photos and especially the one with all the white gingerbread on the front porch. I agree it would be perfect for reading.

  6. bonniegunkel says:

    Ms. Pearl these are all such lovely photos. I definitely want to visit here after seeing your photos 🙂

  7. Cheryl says:

    The colours are all dazzling, but coral is the winner in my books! Gingerbread is popular in some of the rural regions of Southwestern Ontario, but I’ve never seen anything as complex and ornate – or in such pristine shape – as Cape May! Beautiful pics, Carole.

  8. Samantha says:

    this is my favorite place in the world and i am so lucky to live 25 min from there, it is truly a beautiful place ❤

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