Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Ausonia (FR), 1981, mercato in località Santa Maria del Piano.

Ausonia (FR), 1981, mercato in località Santa Maria del Piano.

Originally uploaded by Fiore S. Barbato

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Hanging monkeys

Hanging monkeys

A shop in the market had all this monkey hanging around.
Piacenza Christmas market in the main square, Piazza Cavalli

Originally uploaded by Andrea Peverali

Monday, January 26, 2009

Korea - Pusan Lobsterpots

Korea - Pusan             Lobsterpots

old photo of the 1990 !
the market is in Pusan Korea...

Originally uploaded by Maria Adelaide Mondini

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Pick 'n' mix

pick 'n' mix

Originally uploaded by Juliana

Saturday, January 24, 2009


Boquería 04

"La Boqueria market is the oldest and most popular Barcelona Ramblas is known and is a must for those who come to the city. Their positions are specialized and have a large quantity of goods they can find whatever you are looking for."

Originally uploaded by Amadeoml

Friday, January 23, 2009

Ecuadorian figures

Ecuadorian figures

This is the Otavalo market just outside Quito in Ecuador. It's supposed to be the biggest market in South America and the whole town revolves around its trade. The textiles, woolens and leather goods are amazing! I particularly liked these figures and they gave me a real feel of Ecuador.

Originally uploaded by mdli

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

On the fish market

On the fish market, Venice, Italy

Originally uploaded by Herr Hartmann

Monday, January 19, 2009

Vietnam, Mekong-Delta

vietnam, mekong-delta, chau doc: marktstand mit durian-früchten

Originally uploaded by smartvital

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Dutch clogs

Market in Amsterdam

Taken in Amsterdam Rai. Originally uploaded by Norci.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

In the Mskishi Market

In the Makishi Market, Naha

The Makishi Public Market is a market place near "Kokusai dori (the International Street)" which is the most prosperous street in downtown Naha. It was established in 1951. This market place has a two-storied building. In the first floor, you can buy many curious foodstuffs of Okinawa, e.g., heads or legs of pigs and brilliantly colorful fish. What's more, you can have them cooked and eat them in restaurants on the second floor.

Originally uploaded by podkozo

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Mulled wine

Forralt bor

I really loved the atmosphere of the market in Budapest- it was nice to see real crafts made by craftsmen. The forralt bor or mulled wine was good too.

Originally uploaded by Jo Peattie

I wish you a Happy New Year!