Friday Photo Challenge – markets

This week Sandy’s Challenge is markets. I’ll be honest, I love, love French, Spanishd Italian produce markets. There’s nothing nicer than buying direct from the catcher, grower, producer, maker or baker of the products.


I’m much enjoying these weekly challenges hosted on alternate weeks by either Amanda or Sandy because they force me to think about what’s in my photo archives and how I might re-purpose them.

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34 Comments on “Friday Photo Challenge – markets

  1. I do like French markets, particularly the ones in Paris which seem to just show up on a neighborhood street. I’m sure the residents know the schedule but to me, it’s a surprise.

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  2. I love markets too. I love visiting them, you never know exactly what you are going to find, and the sights, smells and bright colours along with the sounds and the bustle of the people, it’s just exciting.
    We went to a fantastic indoor one in Barcelona last year, full of many stalls selling fruit and vegetables, meats and fish. It was almost sensory overload, absolutely amazing.

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    • The main one in Barcelona is fantastic. Whenever we go anywhere, I always head for the market. I find them endlessly fascinating.


  3. Markets are popular for lots of reasons and despite the advent of modern shopping centres, people still love the outdoor markets. And why not.

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  4. What a great post with wonderful photos! There really is something lovely about strolling through a market. If you don’t mind, I may just borrow your idea for a future post of my own, with links to yours, of course. Have a nice day!

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  5. Pingback: Street Markets | Mommyhood and Moxie

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