To Market, To Market


Just a little photo essay for you today, and fairly random, at that. I walked out my front door and into the Saturday market, in all its crowded, bustling glory, and wherever I could get a clear shot of some of its offerings, I did. Here’s just a part of what you can get at my local market, everything from discount boots to wine sold by a nun. Have a look.

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And just think, I’m leaving this behind to do my shopping in a grocery store.

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5 Comments on “To Market, To Market”

  1. Sue Geisler Says:

    What wonderful displays. I hope that you bought something!

  2. Nancy Schmitt Says:

    Fantastic – much better than Eugene, OR Saturday market. Much more interesting. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Catanea Says:

    Oh! The olive wood kitchen utensils. I have some, and no place to store any more. But they are so beautiful AND lovely to touch. Just wipe clean quickly and then rub with a drop of olive oil to keep them that way…

  4. Rebecca Says:

    Abra, your photography is world class wonderful.

  5. Mary Kay Says:

    This brings me back to the week we spent in Uzes in 2010. The market is indeed a delight. I still crave the gorgonzola dulce with eyes that bubbled while we watched – truly an alive cheese. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos!

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