Sunday, February 7, 2010

A Gorgeous Day at The Pointe

     

 

I arrived at The Pointe today with a novel idea.

 

I would use my camera lens, instead of cash,

 

to bring home whatever my heart desired!

  

  

   

  

  

  

   


  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  


 

 

  

   

  

 

  

   

  

 

  

  

 

  

  
  
  

  

  

 


 

 

  

  

  

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

  



 

  

  

 

 

  

 

 

  

  

 

 

  


 

 

 


 

 





 


 

  

  

 




 


  


 





26 comments:

Kathysue said...

Oh Terri, how I love shopping through your eyes. It looks as if you had a lot of discipline if you did not buy any of these goodies. I know most of these were near and dear to your heart. It was a beautiful sunny and crisp day, perfect for treasure hunting. I can't wait to hear all about your day. xo Kathysue

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

Maybe it is a good thing i live so far away.....I would be in big trouble here. Such lovely things and great photos! Looks like a fabulous Sunday to me. XO

A Perfect Gray said...

LOVE! I will be a regular here, babe!

Cashon&Co said...

That settles it! I've got to come down/up/over for this. seriously! All those shells....wow. And your photographs/angles are really lovely too. wow!!!

annechovie said...

What a great idea, Terri! Eye candy for free. Have a great week.

cjsullivan133 said...

I'm not sure I was at the same Flea Market! Some of these beautiful artifacts missed my roving eye or were picked up before I got there! I kept missing you! I recognize the rusted Victorian fire-place heads resting on the bottle dryer. You can buy them at Tyler Florence for double the price! I think I might have to get one next month. There was only one left @ 1pm. http://www.tylerflorence.com/

Fanciful Designs said...

This IS a lovely day! Look at all these goodies. :-))

I would love for your friend to carry my journals for her shop. Thank you for your kind thoughts.

Wishing you a great week.

xo Noel

FROM THE RIGHT BANK said...

Oh my goodness. How did you stop yourself from buying EVERYTHING in sight? There is so much gorgeousness!

Lumo said...

What a great fair! I am sure I could not resist everything... I would have to buy those old signs... and the clock faces... and some old bottles... and...

Beach House Living said...

Thanks for sharing. I would not have been able to resist not buying..

Willow Decor said...

Shopping with you was such fun, but I think i would not have left with out those fabulous French ticking blue pillows. Fun!! Fun!!
xx-Gina

cityfarmer said...

we should set up shop!!!

this is an amazing venue

Rebecca June said...

I love this idea and I feel like I went with you. I just wish i really had!

xoxo

Rebecca June

Trouvais said...

Hi Terri...almost didn't go. With all the bad weather reports I was adjusting my expectations. Boy did it turn out to be beautiful. My son had something in mind for his girlfriend (ahhh) so I went along for the ride. Love the bottle on the silver base. Trish

Amanda said...

WHERE IS THIS? I THINK I'M STARTING TO GET SICK. TOO....MANY...PRETTY...THINGS...ONE...PLACE...i...can't...buy...

I think my head might explode...

kiki said...

Nice pictures Terri! I was there too and it was a beautiful day!!!

Torie Jayne said...

Wow! So many wonderful pics of such gorgeous treasures! Have a sweet day!

Morning T said...

WOW- so much eye candy I'm on overload! So glad you visited me today...I love your blog and can't wait to see more of your gorgeous home.

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

Oh my goodness, I am swooning. I think we should be friends...

Have a great week,
Judy

Paris Hotel Boutique said...

WOWZA! I was there, but my eyes didn't see anything like that! Your photos are amazing!!!

Colleen Hickey said...

Hi, just found your blog and I am so excited! I love all of these photos, it shows me I need to pay closer attention when I shop at Alameda. However, I did take that table with the names carved into it home to my shop! Great blog!

susie q said...

I'm reeling from swooning over and over! I love those shell-crusted lamps and the steel orb. I'd make that into a pendant lamp pronto-like. Thanks for sharing the shopping fun!

Julienne said...

Kathysue sent me over. I am so pleased I came but this post shows the most terrifying place I have ever seen. I would not get out of there under a semi-trailer load and a divorce the next week. Absolutely amazingly beautiful finds.

1022 Sea Shell Ave said...

It feels like I was with you, you have pictures of everything that would have caught my eye! Thanks, I'll be waiting for our next trip,lol

:)

Kim

Beach Tropic said...

Hello, I just found your blog!! Oh. my. God. That market is awesome, all those awesome things in the one place. I love those blue bottles!! I WANT a market like that in Sydney Australia....NOW.
Joining up to your blog now.
Di

Kamichia @ Glass Float Junkie said...

Wow! That could have been quite a shopping spree! Those glass floats were European. I'm not sure I could have left some of those behind! I need a few more to dust! Looked like a very neat place. Thank goodness we don't have anything like that up here in Alaska. I'd be in big trouble! :)

Thanks for sharing.