Black Friday 5: To Market, To Market

I don’t like shopping, but I do like outdoor markets. In the U.S., that mostly means shopping at farmers markets. In Nablus I loved walking through the Old City’s tunnel-like market searching for sandals or smelling the spices. In Hyderabad, the best way to shop was to find the particular alley where that type of good is sold (the alley for electronics or jewelry or wedding invitations, for example) and then find the best deal there. Since today is a national celebration of consumerism, today’s post features market photography from around the world.

Yarn

Yarn for sale in Tepoztlán, Mexico

Old City, Amman

Spices in the Old City, Amman, Jordan

This little piggy

Knick knacks at the Gratz auction/farmers market, Pennsylvania

Pomegranates (Anar)

Pomegranates (anar) in Hyderabad, India

Sari Matching Centre

Wall of fabric at a sari matching center, Hyderabad, India

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4 Responses to “Black Friday 5: To Market, To Market”


  1. 3 Clyde November 26, 2011 at 8:56 am

    Very nice! Thanks for the quick jaunt around the world!


  1. 1 Friday Photo: Markets Around the World « paindecampagne Trackback on November 25, 2011 at 11:43 am

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