Posted on April 25, 2016
So apparently I must live under a rock. I have lived in this area for 15 years and have never heard of this event, or better yet, been to it. So when a friend asked me whether I would like to go to the Delray Affair, I was a litte confused as to what it was.
Much to my surprise it was far bigger than I anticipated and we walked, and walked. From the top end of Atlantic Avenue down to the Intracoastal, cars were prevented from traveling, and this became one major big flea market. I have to give them credit. It was planned very well. We walked down one side of the road and back up the other.
So did I go crazy shopping? – no, I guess I could have but I really do not want to spend unnecessary money right now. Although I did purchase one thing. I love almond soap, and was delighted when I found some.
There were jewelry stands, art stand, incredible art stands, stands where folk did not seem to mind if you took photos, and there were stands with big signs saying do not take photo’s. I got to chat with people about what they were selling and find out a little bit more about them. I got to enjoy time with my friend, and I got to walk out in the beautiful fresh air that Florida is having just lately.
I definitely went over my 30 minutes but I will split it up, I just cannot help sharing some of this incredible talent. Here are some of my favorites seen that day.
My disclaimer: The images are mine, which is why they have my logo on. The artwork itself is done by incredibly talented artists, whose names I do not know.
Beyond this image I head past my 30 minutes, but I did want to share what else I got to see that really appealed to me.
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