A visit to Camden's markets is always interesting---especially if you enjoy large crowds.
For those of us who either live or work nearby, it is too easy to take this riot of colour for granted.
Passing by the numerous stallholders hawking their diverse wares, the various food stalls, and the hordes of tourists, it is easy to become almost dizzied by the constant assault on all of one's senses...
Looking at the photos from my recent stroll along Camden Lock the other day, these opening words from one of W.H. Auden's poems came to mind:
As I walked out one morning
Along the Bristol Street,
The crowds along the pavement
Were fields of harvest wheat....