This past weekend I joined the ladies for a bit of a vintage shopping excursion. I figured it was the perfect opportunity to bring along the trust camera, of course, and see what gems I could find. We started the morning at the Hoito for breakfast to ensure we would have a lot of energy for all the walking around we'd be doing that day. I used my Fuji X-T1 and 24mm 1.4 combo for all the photos below.
We ended up going to a total of 3 stores. It's amazing just how many things there are to photograph in these thrift stores. I was almost tempted to buy some stuff but I only came away with one purchase, which was a toy film camera found in old Kellog's cereal boxes. It was still sealed too which made it a no brainer. Plus, it was only $2.99. After purchasing it, I simply could not wait to load some film into it later that evening and start snapping away. Of course, who knows if any of the photos will actually turn out but that is part of the suspense.
Once we dropped Cathy off, Anne and I headed to Old Navy. While she shopped I stepped outside for a bit and got a great shot of the trains in the back as well as some other things in and around the area. The day went by super fast and I was able to come away with some great captures. Thanks for viewing!