Wednesday, 21 December 2011

St Nicks Market

Long time no post, I've been using Tumblr for my photoblogging needs. It's seductively simple to post a photo from my Flickr on there. Sorry Blogger.
This is cross-posted from there, it's a collection of photos of one of my favourite places in Bristol, St Nicholas Markets.

Covered Market
At The Sourdough Café
Vegan Special Pie!
Zips
Buttons 
Soup!
Coffee & Postcards

13 comments:

  1. I LOVE the button shop picture - I could spend hours in a place like that. It looks like a lovely market overall. Did you get any buttons?

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    1. Yes, it is a lovely lovely market! So many tasty foods too. I have bought hooks and eyes, velcro, ribbon, aida, and one small teal cat button from that shop over the course of my time in Bristol :) And probably more things that I've forgotten.

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  2. you and your blog are stunning!
    Do you think we can follow each others blog? :X

    FashionSpot.ro

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  3. haha I love the comment you left on my Instagram post. Now after looking at this post, it's me who wants to follow YOU around and eat everything you eat :D

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    1. Hehe. Bristol has some awesome food (and shopping too). :)

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  4. Nice photos! Just found your blog from your comment on mine. I miss Bristol already!

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    1. Definitely not ready to move away, it's a good sort of place :)

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  5. Going to markets is so much fun! It looks like this one does not dissapoint.

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    1. Indeed. It's a bit more permanent than some but there are extra stalls outside some days, including the awesome farmers' market.

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  6. Wow, this place looks amazing!! I can't wait to get back to the UK (some day!! I loved it!!).

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    1. I'm glad.Tthe UK is full of little gems like this, I often feel like I'd be quite happy just exploring here as there are so many undiscovered corners. (not to say that the rest of the world isn't worth a look though, NZ felt almost like home too)

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