Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Monday, April 9, 2012

OMG Grade Pears

I'm going back to last May for these shots from Seattle. These are from the famous market, and cover several memes. First, they're for Our World Tuesday.
Lots of flowers were for sale.
Seafood too, tastefully arranged!
And for Tina's PicStory theme of fruits, as well as the Signs Signs meme, here are some incredible pears, as well as ordinary apricots and cherries.
We always visit this market when we're in the Seattle area.

21 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flowers and fruits!

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  2. It is a fantastic market, isn't it, Al? I enjoy going there any time I get the opportunity! Terrific captures for the day! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  3. Ohohoh- guess if I would like to walk about there.. yes! =) (your first photo)

    And the gorgeous flowers and the happy colors - wow!! beautiful!! =)

    (I don't eat crabs..)
    ;)

    but I would eat a lot of the delicious vegetables, yum!!

    Colorful and beautiful photos! :)

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  4. Wonderful shots from the market. There is something for everyone.

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  5. The fresh flowers and fresh produce are so colorful and beautiful. I enjoyed all the shots.

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  6. Great market and it all looks good!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  7. I didn't know fruit could arose such emotion!

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  8. Why does everything look so good there? Beautiful flowers, food, etc. Is it from all the rain?!? Nice shots.

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  9. Wow! What a wonderful market, Al!
    Love all photos, principally the flowers.

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  10. Thank you for this joy for the senses.

    Please have a good Tuesday.


    daily athens photo

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  11. I'd love a marketplace like this in the New Haven (CT) area; So many sights, things to purchase and eat on the same trip. Although the theme is fruit, I am taken especially by that crab leg and pincer holding the US dime. It would be a shame to crack that appendage, it is too much fun to not keep looking at it!

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  12. Hello,
    These are beautiful photos of flowers and fruit! Even the lobster with the coin like it very much!

    Happy day,
    Laina

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  13. Great shots of the market!
    We really need to get over that way sometime soon, to visit the market if nothing else.

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  14. thanks for joining us with all your vitamins :) great shots!

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  15. I like the flower shot very much.

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  16. Oh the market looks fabulous!!! I love regular supermarkets so the flowers and fruits in your photos look like heaven, I'd probably be there for hours :D

    Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Really a lovely market !
    I always love it to visit markets when I'm traveling around,
    ♥BunTine

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  18. · Wonderful market. I love seafood. Uhmmm.

    · regards

    CR & LMA
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  19. I have not seen the firey red cherries. Glad that you are a fruit person.

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  20. Pike Street Market? Whenever we visit, I always just want to live there! (There are some apartment/condos in the neighborhood I think, but last time I checked I hadn't yet won the lottery.)

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  21. Many years ago, when my young husband got stationed in Seattle, a neighbor took me to the market and I was just in awe. Terrific place.

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