Thursday, 27 August 2009

Camden Passage Market

Yesterday morning, before going to the umbrella shop later in the day, I went to the Camden Passage Market. I was close to experiencing antique overload, if that's even possible, but I think I was close. The street market was great, but it was all the little cozy shops that made my eyes start to hurt from over-stimulation. It was like a little fake town at Disney, Antique Town, but it was real! Tiny shops packed with silver, china, books, tools, vintage clothes, and a whole lot more random old stuff. I'll have to go back again with Andrew because most of the shops were too small and packed to stroll Lois in with me, so I just peeked my head into most of them, but here are a few snippets from the market. Tomorrow I might get another dose of antique overload when I go to Portobello Road. I should get some rest.






4 comments:

littlebyrd said...

Ah geez - this looks great! I spied a little brass horse that looked quite wonderful.

Thrifted Treasure said...

Ooooh those vintage linens...

THE PICKLED HUTCH said...

Oh I wish I was there with you so we could take time watching Lois and dashing into all those shops! I bet you are exhausted right now.
Lisa & Alfie

Purple Sparkle said...

Wow, this looks like heaven! I especially love the china. What a lovely blog you have, and fantastic pictures!!