I felt like I was a new York city artisan street vendor. Small table on a busy street selling my wares.  
Jen Bennet and her father own IMAGES, the gallery I set up in front of. Charleston scenes photographed with lush color contrast. They even have a shop doggy named Stella. She’s a Bug (pug mix). 
Every second Sunday of the month, king street closes off car traffic allowing people to shop and walk freely. Oh man, I wish more gallery owners let some of us artisan vendors get involved. I wouldn’t blink at a $75 booth fee. People on king st acted like there was no such thing as a recession.

I felt like I was a new York city artisan street vendor. Small table on a busy street selling my wares.
Jen Bennet and her father own IMAGES, the gallery I set up in front of. Charleston scenes photographed with lush color contrast. They even have a shop doggy named Stella. She’s a Bug (pug mix).
Every second Sunday of the month, king street closes off car traffic allowing people to shop and walk freely. Oh man, I wish more gallery owners let some of us artisan vendors get involved. I wouldn’t blink at a $75 booth fee. People on king st acted like there was no such thing as a recession.

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