Each booth was created like a miniature outdoor store yearning YOU to stop and see what they had to offer. Take note: I did not have enough money to suppress my need to purchase!
The Fall vignettes were outstanding. I have not seen a pumpkin in my area of the states at all....but, Ohio must have placed their order ages ago. Everything was at the fair!
This picture brings me to say, "even the most plain...full of purpose, totally utilitarian item can be embellished to make walking up to its claustrophobic doors a pleasure. Yes, the Port-O-Potties were attractive. Beautiful painted landscapes made each tiny 3" x 3" building worth giving a visit.
More beautiful gourds and landscape. This tiered container had itty-bitty gourds in it. I've never seen them this tiny!
We have all been to flea markets...fairs...festivals...but, this one was above the norm. Every vendor had such pride and display about their wares. Creating visuals with their merchandise was visible throughout.
One of my favorite booths was the European enamelware. It looked like piles of bowl-ish Easter eggs. Piles of all size bowls and pots. Truly yummy to see.