Will the real Santa please stand up

Well you heard me carrying on about some sort of twilight market we had going on well I will be rabbiting on more about it in this post...just warning you.

For starters is was SO AMAZING. An experience I had not expected. I was there to set up on my own...then what seemed to be about 10 minutes worth of mahem and craziness (it was actually five hours)...then me closing the door as I left the empitiness again. It is quite surreal how an event can 'happen' like that - it was almost like an out of body experience. 

The performers were amazing - the crowds out of control - the sales were fantastic - loads of quality food -  and I got to open my very good friend Naomi Fenton's first exhibition... what an honor.

I can't even describe to you how crazy and full on an event it was for me - I felt like I ran for the whole day - and for the next three days I felt like I had been hit by a truck. Maybe you can get an idea of how the event went by looking at our pictures taken from the twilight event. There are three sets of photos - My pictures from my camera - Naomi's pictures from her camera and the Santa pictures, some of which I have placed above. I have so many favorites from the Santa series it was hard to pick a few to show here. Santa had the best facial expressions and was wonderful with all the children (and adults ha ha)
Whilst taking the pictures I heard that "this was the real Santa - so mum I can't have my photo taken with this Santa because he is not like all the other fake Santa's" - Quote of the day via Lola spears. Naomi is featured second from the bottom and myself, in white, in the bottom picture. We made sure we got a turn as well - we can't let all the kids have all the fun now can we?? 

I know there is no point but I can't help it - I would sincerely like to thank everyone involved or who visited the twilight market - words cant describe my gratitude for allowing an event like that to happen in our town.
Much Love 
Michelle xo

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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.