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Paddington Markets

Time to time I go to Paddington Markets that is near Centennial Park in Sydney. It's not a type of market you would go to find second hand bargains, rather you would find the products that can't be found in an ordinary shopping centre.

It's always nice to get out and get some fresh air. Love the atmosphere in Oxford street. Plenty of cafes, pubs and galleries you can hang around and chill.


After parking at the Centennial Park, it's just a 10 mins walk to get there.


Nice cafes on the way you can find, especially you can indulge yourself with the sweetness of chocolate



The vivid colours coming out with nice sunlight of the day. I kinda liked his double sided face paintings.


The vintage sunglass store was using Nikon F film camera as a sunglass holder. Really wondering whether the camera is actually operational.


Orange wig hair lady.


Now full swing with Black and White.



The guitarist who spotted me. A quick smile after also made him smile. 



Amazingly friendly craftsman enjoying a glass of latte.





The book of Black Sabbath.


All the photos were taken with Finepix X100.

All the images were published under the "Creative Commons" licence.

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