Spices from Gujarat

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    So I tagged along with my aunt & mom into the bazaars of Ahmedabad. Did I mention I *hate* shopping? Well, carrying a camera along makes it easier! Just loved the arrangement and the colours of spices at this shop.
    The shopkeeper asked: "Aa D40 Chhe?" (Is it a D40)
    I: "Na, Canon 450D, chhe"(No, its a Canon 450D)
    Shopkeeper: "Bau mongu hase." (must be costly)
    (I told him the cost)
    Shopkeeper: "Aa tamaaro kaam chhe? photography?" (Is photography your work?)
    I: "Na" (no)
    Shopkeeper:"Pacchi, tame vaacho cho?" (You study in that field?)
    I: "Naa, shauk chhe bas" (No, its just a hobby)
    You should have seen his dazed face!

    Soul of Vermillion, lazy pixels, and 124 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Vilseskogen 61 months ago | reply

      Fantastic photo!

    2. Vilseskogen 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks for adding this great photo to the Economic Botany pool!

    3. ~ Panache 60 months ago | reply

      wow this is a lovely picture

    4. mr.donb 60 months ago | reply

      Please submit this picture to the "Market place" theme in JPGMAG.com

    5. mostaque 59 months ago | reply

      This image is pure poetry

    6. Amar Ramesh Photography 59 months ago | reply

      cool shot..i wish the red bottles were cut off or entirely placed

    7. _PWN [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

      amazing shot! and isnt India so colorful :)

    8. ubababu 58 months ago | reply

      Awesome colors! Nice shot! and Congrats that you were able to sell it. How did that happen? Did someone approach you or did you put it up for sale somewhere? Just curious to know, Thank you!

    9. $udhakar 58 months ago | reply

      Congratulations again for the 'Spice' up news

    10. storyvillegirl 58 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous colors and capture!

    11. imsr 57 months ago | reply

      amazing shot, Can i use it for my website????? Please

    12. Digital Wallpapers 56 months ago | reply

      Thank you for allowing to share this fantastic picture. I've used it to illustrate a particular recipe category on my website - www.quickfreerecipes.com/indian-recipes/ I've also credited the photograph with your name.

    13. nehanda99 48 months ago | reply

      Hi, I’m building a website for a luxury concierge service in Cape Town , South Africa and I would like to use this picture on the site. Kindly let me know if that’s okay and the best way to credit you for it

    14. l1978w 47 months ago | reply

      This is a fantastic shot, I have used it on my page I wrote for Squidoo and have linked the photo back to you and attributed you. I hope that's ok? If you would like to see how I have used the image, please check out www.squidoo.com/career-break-India

      If you would prefer me to remove it, please let me know and I will take it off straight away.

      Thank you!

    15. Milusa 43 months ago | reply

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    17. GlobalQuiz.org 13 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo. We have used it in Food Quiz, as an illustration to "Which of popular spices is the most expensive?". The attribution is provided.

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