This is an alternative marketplace for all things macabre. For example, you can buy jars with preserved baby aliens. When I first visited the Bazaar of the Bizarre, I thought it was a once only event in Toronto, but I see now that it happens several times a year, and has also spread to Hamilton.

But the most interesting thing about this flea market are the people selling and shopping. Lots of long-haired freaky people and lots of signs.

I’ve also included a few other miscellaneous photos as well as a few of my favourites for the Dogwood52 2019 challenge. Yes, I’m still doing this. No explanations… leaving that up to you.

[Click on any photo for the slideshow. Please leave comments at the bottom of the page]

Bazaar of the Bizarre

Bazaar of the Bizarre

Bazaar of the Bizarre

Week 17 Composition: Accidental Renaissance

Bazaar of the Bizarre

Bazaar of the Bizarre

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Week 11 Composition: Fill the Frame

Week 8 Composition: Leading Lines – Looking to the Infinite

Week 7 Story Telling: Love Story

Week 4 Story Telling: Warmth

Week 12 Inspiration: Trash – Breaking out of the box

Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Small arms testing area

Small arms testing area

Small arms testing area

Week 16 Story Telling: Shadow – Monsieur Noir

Week 14 Composition: Loneliness or Clandestineness

Hamilton rail corridor

Week 10 Story Telling: Hometown – Walter

Week 9 Inspiration: Mood – First day of the rest of my life! A fabulous new day!

Grange Park

AGO

AGO

Week 15 Inspiration: Anonymous

Roncesvalles Ave

Roncesvalles Ave

Roncesvalles Ave

James Street Hamilton

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