Tuesday, 25 August 2020

Wednesday Pickers Bazaar, Prairiewood

This was my first time rummaging through this market. I saw it advertised on Facebook and thought it looked pretty good. 

There was so much to buy but I was careful with what I purchased and only left with a few plants for my balcony and a kilo of red onions for my pasta sauce.

I enjoy taking photographs at the markets. There is always something interesting that catches my eye. 

I haven’t been getting out as I did years ago, but I’m glad I went.

Mannequins. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Toy cars. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Tin toy soldier. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Vintage toy pram. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Plant seller. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Postage stamps for collectors. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Embroidered satin jacket. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Knitted doll. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Vintage doll. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Mannequin head. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Vintage toy. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Faux fur leopard print jacket. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Shabby chic vintage milk jug. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Gnomes and Smurfette. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Disney vintage album. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Vintage record player. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Violin. Photography by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses






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