I'm up at the new place for a few days before getting down to the business of packing up and moving out for good. This means that blog visits are sporadic once again or still. Thanks for bearing with me.
As promised, I have more images from last month's South Side Shuffle. This time I've focused on some of the more colourful aspects of my surroundings - aside from the people, of course.
The blues festival takes place on the shores of the Credit River in Mississauga, Ontario. Depending on where you've parked, you might have to cross a bridge to get there. This lovely painting of a trout in perpetual jump caught my eye, when we did cross the bridge. The reflection of the water on the concrete added to the effect of fluid motion in the drawing.
The many vendors around the venue had colourful items for sale. These totes dazzled my eyes.
There were blankets in case you needed a place to sit and listen to music.
Of course if you were thirsty, you only need buy a drink and grab a straw.
Cute, whimsical figures made of metal were on display.
I was tempted to get one of these comfy looking dresses but the day was hot and long, and I wasn't keen on carrying around anything more than my camera.
The beautiful colours of these beaded bracelets put me in a nostalgic mood as they reminded me of the kind of beadwork crafts my sister and I would engage in as children during our summers up north.
More photos coming up soon.