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Photograph of the Market Street Bridge and 30th Street Station (the main railroad station) in Philadelphia, Pa.
Scenes from the Old Delhi market Chandni Chowk - full of amazing sights & smells. The Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi, India and dates to the 17th century and does millions of dollars of business on a weekly basis.
The open air market in the French Quarter is peaceful and quiet at the end of the day. New Orleans, LA
a large glass water tank on market street
san francisco, california
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.
Went to the local christmas market today - and only took two manual lenses: the Zeiss 2.8/135 and the Pentax 1.4/50...
Details of a stall on Christmas Market
in Karlsruhe, Germany, Europe
smc PENTAX-M 50mm ƒ/1.4 wide open @ƒ/1.4
available light | manual exposure and focusing
no PP, only RAW conversion in ACR 8.7 and 16:9 cropping
The market will finally move to a new place next year. It is supposed to have moved last year, but it took time.
AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED
Chelsea Market, early on a Sunday morning is still quite empty. In the afternoon, when the locals are done brunching and the tourists make their way downtown, the place is packed. This is one of the few shopping spots I can actually tolerate, mostly because of the pretty industrial architecture (I'm a sucker for exposed brick and iron beams) and the tasty food and coffee options. Even so, the only time I can actually stand to be there is early in the morning, before the crowds show up.
Chelsea, New York City
Preparing vegetables for sale for a great soup...Scanned slides,
Camera Hasselblad 500C
the market place is "a spot of ground set apart by custom for the sale of particular goods" (w. blackstone, 1766)
Good to know superheroes are always vigilant, even in the old city market in Kansas City. . .
Children enjoying a kick about in front of the now closed Woolwich covered market as the sun sets on another glorious sunny day.
Market day in the city of Wells, UK. Actually this place is much more akin to a town than a city but has city status by virtue of it's magnificent cathedral which can be see peeping over the walls in the background.
All kinds of skirts and cloth Scanned slides,
Camera Hasselblad 500C
The Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall (Hungarian "Nagycsarnok") is the largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, Hungary. The idea of building such large market hall arose from the first mayor of Budapest,Károly Kamermayer, and it was his largest investment. He retired in 1896 so when the building was completed, he participated in the opening ceremony as a citizen.
This image was taken at the Market Lake bird refuge. It's so exciting to see the ice melting and waterfowl returning to our area!
I was glad I dragged myself out of bed this morning and drove the short distance north of Idaho Falls to the Market Lake area. In fact, I'm always happy in retrospect when I get up early to shoot! Being able to enjoy the rising of the sun, watch the changing colors, and feel the crisp morning air are some of the rewards of a few minutes of lost sleep.
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Market stalls appeared for one day last year at Chingford Mount. The music from this stall was quite loud and we see someone having a look through the CD's on the racking, but the star is the child with his fingers in his ears!
Simply a view of Chesterfield Market Hall from a flower stall on the market.
I know it's a cliché but I'm afraid I couldn't resist.
Taken with the pocket camera.
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March is a Fenland market town and civil parish in the Isle of Ely area of Cambridgeshire, England. March was the county town of the Isle of Ely which was a separate administrative county from 1889 to 1965. It is now the administrative centre of Fenland District Council.
The town grew by becoming an important railway centre.
Like many Fenland towns, March was once an island surrounded by marshes. It occupied the second largest "island" in the Great Level. As the land drained, the town grew and prospered as a trading and religious centre. It was also a minor port before, in more recent times, a market town and an administrative and railway centre.
March is situated on the banks of the old course of the navigable River Nene, and today mainly used by pleasure boats.
One side of the old market square in my old home town. Sketched from a handy high stool in Starbucks front window..
Leadenhall Market London. 10.00pm. A fantastic location for HDR. FREE HDR step by step tutorial on my website here hdrprocessing.com/step-by-step-hdr-processing-tutorial/
Dejvice is a historical community, a municipal quarter of the Prague 6 district of Prague, Czech Republic. Its history can be traced back to the late Roman era. Dejvice is known for its appeal to the upper middle class, foreign diplomatic corps and as a university district. It is also the home to Dukla Prague, one of the most successful football clubs of the Czechoslovak era.
Saturday morning is the farmers outdoor market day where locals go for groceries, have a bit to eat, maybe a drink & listen to live music. Not a bad start to the day