flea market by Vltava

Sunday, 20 October 2013


Hello dragsters! (obviously missing Felix too much) With my Sunday hectic and not fun at all, I felt like I needed a break from the apathy physiology had put me in. I know I promised you a break from Prague, and I promise that I have a bunch of new photographs coming that don't include it, but at the same time, I'd hate myself for not showing you these! (New stuff is probably coming after my trip back home in two weeks, since this place is killing me in terms of film developing!)

As you already know, Prague was absolutely fantastic. On our last day, we stumbled upon a flea market organised by Vltava. Too bad I chickened out and did not buy any of the vintage cameras that were for sale there.(Just couldn't put my finger on whether they worked or not, sadly) All in all, it was a lovely experience, because the place was extremely lively and full of people. I somehow regret not taking more pictures, but because of the enormous crowd, I couldn't just stand still and focus my lens forever. I'm still happy with what I am showing you. It felt like heaven! Some people were even selling doll body parts, how crazy is that? So the vintage side of Prague got under my skin, I am so glad we got a chance to be around this place on time. The weather was perfect, the views - fantastic and I can finally cross "visit flea market" off my bucket list. Same with "try macaroons". Even though the lavandin ones tasted a little bit too soapy, as for my taste. Hugs and kisses!









20 comments:

  1. So many lovely treasures at that flea market! And I love the view of the canal!

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  2. Lovely atmospheric shots! I love the little treasures you can find in a flea market - Berlin is also loaded with flea markets and whilst there is often a bunch of garbage, there are always amazing things too; don't stress yourself too much with uni! <3

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  3. I love these photos, and also that flea market! I would've gone bananas over that typewriter and the cameras :)

    Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog. Yours' also on my list from now on!

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  4. flea markets = love of my life <3

    great pictures of the mood around the market!

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  5. all those old clocks look so great together! It looks like it was a lovely flea market with the water in the background and the swans!

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  6. That markets actually looks so incredibly amazing!

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  7. i would be holding my hand in my heart throughout the market!! Even the little alarm clocks ticked my heart:)
    And your photos are delightful. It's alright of you couldn't get a lot more,you enjoyed the visit. That's what really matters:)

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  8. gorgeous pictures :)

    xx Vivi
    http://frostedpearl.blogspot.com

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  9. see You soon Sis!!!!!!!! :*

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  10. I love the picture of the benches - I kind of have an obsession with photos of benches. The clocks picture is great too!

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  11. byłam na podobnym targu niedaleko Sztokholmu :) Mogłabym stamtąd wgl nie wychodzić :D

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    1. Sztokholm <3 Strasznie chcę tam kiedyś pojechać!

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    2. Sztokholm ma najlepsze targi <3

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  12. Treasures, treasures, treasures! :)

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  13. Great collection of vintage stuff :D Sometimes it almost makes you think that it is better to buy one just to take a few photos haha. the problem is... where would you keep it after?

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  14. these vintage pieces are so awesome! loove them so!

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  15. in LOVE! the ones with swans. beautiful shots as per usual, you are officially my favourite photographer

    The Young Bridget Jones

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  16. Beautiful photos!
    I want to go there!

    akiko

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  17. i adore flea markets ♥
    the one of the swans is pure magic :)

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  18. So many treasures, and what a lovely place this is!

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