new icn messageflickr-free-ic3d pan white
View allAll Photos Tagged Sunday+market

Trying on the new shoes.

A scanned Ektachrome.

Camera: Hasselbald 500C

Choosing a new belt.

A scanned Ektachrome transparency

Camera: Hasselblad 500C

Notice the rue, "ruda" leaves. Rue has been used in magic rituals since antiquity. It is believed rue could protect the user from the evil eye.

Rue can be made into a lover's incense if it is mixed with sandalwood and lavender flowers. Putting the incense in a man's shoe will insure his fidelity. A tea or incense made from rue can attract a lover. (So says Wikipedia)

A scanned Ektachrome.

Camera: Hasselbald 500C

You can buy any cut of meat.

A scanned slide,

Camera, Hasselblad 500C

I love my Sunday market. But first, a walk on the beach, arriving at the market just as the opening bell clanged. My purchases: blueberries, heirloom cherry tomatoes, bread, and these lovely flowers. Life is good.

You can buy coca with no problems.

Camera, Hasselblad 500C

* Prohibited the use for commercial purposes without prior written authorization. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contact with the author.

*********************************************

* Prohibido el uso para fines comerciales sin previa autorización escrita. Derechos Reservados. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contacte con el autor.

*********************************************

www.fluidr.com/photos/micalitus

 

Octopus at Padrón sunday market (Spain)

Pulpo en el mercado de los domingos de Padrón (España)

* Prohibited the use for commercial purposes without prior written authorization. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contact with the author.

*********************************************

* Prohibido el uso para fines comerciales sin previa autorización escrita. Derechos Reservados. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contacte con el autor.

*********************************************

www.fluidr.com/photos/micalitus

 

Octopus at Padrón sunday market (Spain)

Pulpo en el mercado de los domingos de Padrón (España)

The Borshava Narrow Gauge Railway (Боржавська вузькоколійна залізниця) is one of just three remaining 750mm gauge passenger-carrying railways in Ukraine in 2017, this example operating the modest distance of approximately 20 kilometres between Vynohradiv and Kmil'nyk in the Zakarpattia Oblast region. Track, in the form of a 'Y', is extant between Vynohradiv, Irshava and Beregove, with the junction station at Kmil'nyk. However, the only services that currently remain from a once extensive passenger and freight timetable on the former 123 kilometre Transcarpathian Railway are the thrice-weekly four trains per day passenger services between Vynohradiv andKmil'nyk, essentially on the Sunday, Monday and Thursday market days. The railway's workshop, motive power depot and carriage sheds are located at Beregove, which no longer has a regular service, but locomotives and stock have to be transferred over the 22-kilometre line to the Kmil'nyk country junction station, where redundant coaching stock is gradually rotting away in the former goods sidings, and now the end of the line for passenger services from Vynohradiv.

 

The Vynohradiv market is truly cosmopolitan in nature with Ukrainian, Hungarian, Slovakian and Romanians, among others, intermingling around the large open-air market ground, with the temporary market stalls set up around and even on the railway. In fact for the locomotive to round its two carriages stall holders have to move their products, only quickly to return them to their closely guarded patch of ground. It is little wonder that residents and visitors to the region are so diverse, with its chequered history, under the control of Hungary, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union at various periods during the 20th century. In this photo, the 06:10 service 6603 from Kmil'nyk, with Bo-Bo diesel-electric Tu2-034, has just arrived at Vynohradiv as market stall holders and customers go about their early morning business on Sunday 23rd April 2017. This was the only operational locomotive on the line at this time, although another Tu2 had been lifted from its bogies and was under repair at the Beregove workshop.

 

The following website by a Ukrainian national (in English) is of great interest and describes the line's history very well, also providing a map of the original system - a professionally made production:

 

ukrainer.net/places-en/transcarpathian-narrow-gauge-railw...

 

Copyright Gordon Edgar - All rights reserved. Please do not use any of these images without my explicit permission

   

* Prohibited the use for commercial purposes without prior written authorization. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contact with the author.

*********************************************

* Prohibido el uso para fines comerciales sin previa autorización escrita. Derechos Reservados. :copyright:Miquel Planas. Contacte con el autor.

*********************************************

www.fluidr.com/photos/micalitus

 

Pulpo en el mercado de los domingos de Padrón (España)

The Borshava Narrow Gauge Railway (Боржавська вузькоколійна залізниця) is one of just three remaining 750mm gauge passenger-carrying railways in Ukraine in 2017, this example operating the modest distance of approximately 20 kilometres between Vynohradiv and Kmil'nyk in the Zakarpattia Oblast region. Track, in the form of a 'Y', is extant between Vynohradiv, Irshava and Beregove, with the junction station at Kmil'nyk. However, the only services that currently remain from a once extensive passenger and freight timetable on the former 123 kilometre Transcarpathian Railway are the thrice-weekly four trains per day passenger services between Vynohradiv and Kmil'nyk, essentially on the Sunday, Monday and Thursday market days. The railway's workshop, motive power depot and carriage sheds are located at Beregove, which no longer has a regular service, but locomotives and stock have to be transferred over the 22-kilometre line to the Kmil'nyk country junction station, where redundant coaching stock is gradually rotting away in the former goods sidings, and now the end of the line for passenger services from Vynohradiv.

 

The Vynohradiv market is truly cosmopolitan in nature with Ukrainian, Hungarian, Slovakian and Romanians, among others, intermingling around the large open-air market ground, with the temporary market stalls set up around and even on the railway. In fact for the locomotive to round its two carriages (using the extreme right-hand track of the three here) stall holders have to move their products, only quickly to return them to their closely guarded patch of ground. It is little wonder that residents and visitors to the region are so diverse, with its chequered history, under the control of Hungary, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union at various periods during the 20th century. In the background in this photo, the 06:10 service 6603 from Kmil'nyk, with Bo-Bo diesel-electric Tu2-034, has just arrived at Vynohradiv as market stall holders and customers go about their early morning business on Sunday 23rd April 2017. The sun was starting to make a presence in the sky, heavily laden with broken cloud which would bring extremely heavy rain during the day, with thunderstorms and snow showers over the Carpathian Mountains. This was the only operational locomotive on the line at this time, although another Tu2 had been lifted from its bogies and was under repair at the Beregove workshop.

 

The following website by a Ukrainian national (in English) is of great interest and describes the line's history very well, also providing a map of the original system - a professionally made production:

 

ukrainer.net/places-en/transcarpathian-narrow-gauge-railw...

 

Copyright Gordon Edgar - All rights reserved. Please do not use any of these images without my explicit permission

   

Image taken at Morecambe’s Sunday Outdoor Market on 12/3/17 with a Nikon FM camera with a 24mm f2.8 lens using Agfa Vista 200 plus film.

Una domenica sera in giro per i mercatini in città

A Sunday evening walking through a city market.

 

Explore #312 17 Dicembre 2008

Canon FD 17mm 1:2,8 with Novoflex Adapter.

 

Interested to see more of my pictures; please click here:

www.flickriver.com/photos/cardijo/popular-interesting/

A Canta cruising through Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam

1 3 4 5 6 7 ••• 79 80