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Photograph of the Market Street Bridge and 30th Street Station (the main railroad station) in Philadelphia, Pa.
The open air market in the French Quarter is peaceful and quiet at the end of the day. New Orleans, LA
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
a large glass water tank on market street
san francisco, california
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
the market place is "a spot of ground set apart by custom for the sale of particular goods" (w. blackstone, 1766)
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.
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
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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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!
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!
Good to know superheroes are always vigilant, even in the old city market in Kansas City. . .
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/
666 Market Street is based on a painting by Marc Holmes but Cafe-Corner-ized.
Thanks to Zummi for taking the pictures!
Saturday is market day and deliveries are made by boat. They park in the canal nearest to the market and offload all the produce by hand and put it on carts designed to go over the bridges.
Neil's Fruit & Veg
Britain’s Favourite Market 2017
"For the second consecutive year, Leeds Kirkgate Market was voted Britain’s Favourite Market at the ‘Great British Market Awards’ on Thursday 26 January 2017. With over 100,000 votes received by the public following online voting over a six week period.
One of the largest indoor markets in Europe, Kirkgate is a shopper’s paradise from fresh food, drink and fashion to jewellery, flowers, hardware and haberdashery.
At the heart of the Leeds retail scene since 1857, Leeds Kirkgate Market is home to some of the most characterful traders in the city, with businesses spanning generations and representing a wide range of nationalities ... "
Sony NEX-5 / Sigma 19mm f/2.8 DN Art Lens
I visited this market, which dates back to the 14th century, late one Sunday evening. As you can see it was pretty much deserted. It primarily sells fresh food and among the vendors there are cheese mongers, butchers and florists;it's open weekdays from 7am until late. Originally a meat, game and poultry market it stands on what was the centre of Roman London. A number of commercial retailers are also located in the market, including clothes shops, a public house, (pub) and if you look closely a pen shop! It is popular among local City workers.
The ornate roof structure, painted green, maroon and cream, and cobbled floors of the current structure, designed in 1881 by Sir Horace Jones (who was also the architect of Billingsgate and Smithfield Markets), make the market a tourist attraction.
The main entrance to the market is on Gracechurch Street. The double height entrance is flanked by tall, narrow gabled red brick and Portland stone blocks in a C17 Dutch style. The adjacent buildings to the south have a continuous retail frontage which is punctuated by narrow entrances to pedestrian ways into the market. From 1990 to 1991 the market received a dramatic redecoration which transformed its appearance, enhancing its architectural character and detail.
It was used to represent the area of London near The Leaky Cauldron and Diagon Alley in the film Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. In 2012 it formed part of the marathon course of the 2012 Olympic Games. Runners passed through the market three times from Whittington Avenue to Lime Street.
7 exposure, tripod mounted hdr +3 to -3. Post via adobe camera raw, photomatix, and photoshop with various topaz plugins. Nikon D700 with 16-35 f4 @ 17mm, f8, av exposure 1/5 sec , ISO 400