Sunday, August 9

and the sun shone ...

well, i made it through my second stall! and this one wasn't half as nerve-wracking as my first which is a good sign :)

we were so lucky with the weather yesterday as it didn't rain until after we got home! it was a lovely sunny day and the market was wonderful, with a really good mix of stalls and produce. i met some lovely people and was pleased to see some familiar faces too. one lady really stood out as the 'customer' of the day though - she walked up to my stall with her friend, had a quick glance around, harrumphed, looked at her friend and exclaimed "felt!" and walked off!!! it was very funny.

it was another lovely, sunny day today so i set up my make-shift studio to get all of my new work photographed so that i could start updating my folksy shop. goodness knows what the neighbours must have thought when i started hauling out the ironing board along with the tripod!

hope everyone is enjoying some sunshine this weekend :)


Ruth said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I never thought of using the ironing board to set up the photo taking sessions on but that's a good idea. It's a good height for that.

narkeymarkey said...

thanks ruth - what's that saying about necessity being the mother of invention!

i've been struggling to get good images for ages and this was a last ditch attempt, worked pretty well too :)