We were up at 4 a.m. yesterday morning to go to the huge Bank Holiday Fleamarket at Malvern. The weather was on our side and it was warm and sunny for most of the day. This is the road just the other side of Trecastle.
Misty grey mountains.
Sunrise near Brecon.
There were hundreds of stalls there, but I have to say it was more like a gigantic car boot sale yesterday - lots of house clearance stalls outside, and some were asking absolutely ridiculous prices for stuff. We didn't buy a great deal . . . When I say "house clearance" I don't mean the lovely things that Vicky gets up in Anglesey, or the things she and her husband have given time and skill to improve, but the boxes of damaged china, rusty old tools, and stuff you would think twice about crossing the road to dump! All for sale at ridiculous prices.
A corner of a pretty applique modern quilt.
A little corner of Victorian mourning clothes . . .
The usual taxidermy was there. Some are becoming old friends almost . . .
I'd have loved the horse picture when I was a child.
Hard to believe that this poor dolly was once a little girl's pride and joy. I hope she gets the TLC she need.
A general view. As you can see, lovely blue skies. It took us 6 hours to walk round and our legs were glad to rest once we got back to the car.
Today is a catch-up day . . .