How does one even describe a flea market? These crazy places where one can find almost anything you could ever want and a billion other things that you didn't even know you wanted. I'd imagine hoarders have dreams of places like flea markets. As a guy who despises extra stuff, it can be a bit nightmarish.
With all that junk around I figured that today would be as good of a day as any to try out the Hipstamatic app that I've read a little about while Googling "How to make the pictures that I take on my phone not be the worst pictures ever taken by anyone ever."
The plan was to use the Hipstamatic's Random Setting feature and snap a few photos. I wasn't going to look at these and see if a different filter might be better or think about them at all until I got home. Some worked out really well. Some, not so much.
With this goal in mind we got into the car and headed to Pinellas County's shining beacon of stuff, Wagon Wheel Flea Market.
So without further ado I present, "Dustin's Magical Mystery Flea Market Tour and Photo Extravaganza."
We started, like most adventures do, at the entrance.
After a quick tour of the Forest of Accidentally Inappropriate Signs...
Anywho, we then entered a place known simply as The Maze.
We wandered through The Maze for what seemed like hours enthralled by the decorations.
We finally managed to escape The Maze. We were ecstatic to see the fresh air and were anxious to return home but were sidetracked by the best part of the flea market: a whole section dedicated to fresh vegetables and seafood and all sorts of other edible goodness.
Everyone loves pictures of food, so I'm going to finish this thing off by hitting you with a bunch in a row. Get ready to be hungry in 5..4..3..2..1..