That pie looks tempting. So do the books.
Markets are such fun just to have a look around. Fine products by the look of it!
I'll take a bag full of books! I love markets.
You'd love Cambridge then, it must be one of the best places in the world to pick up second-hand books. When I had a spell of unemployment that was all that got me through my days.
Oh the handbags! And the fabrics! I need to go to bigger markets so I can see and drool over more than our little Sat. morning market has.
Great market obviously. I could spend twenty bucks just on olives, surely one of life's great treats.
There is a lot to like there...I love the pottery. And when we used to go to things like this, I could never resist browsing books. Always looking a treasure.
The other thing I should mention it dismays me to see all those tomatoes in plastic containers. There has to be a better way.
Quite a variety of items there. But my interest stopped at the fresh tomatoes and veg. I also liked the fruit tart, a lot.
lLooks great, but gotta lose that plastic. Yikes, Marci
I'll take some of those delicious looking tomatoes and a bag of books. Markets are always fun to explore.
Wonderful photos. Colour like that really lifts my spirits. I'll take some of those tomatoes home.
Something for everyone! Lovely!
Those are about the brightest bunch of tomatoes I've ever seen!
It ALL looks wonderful.
What a super market something for everyone there and so colourful too:)
Colors, textures, forms... such beautiful eye candy!
This is so beautiful. You have such an eye for finding beauty everywhere.
Great photos, it looks like a market worth a visit!
Hi John - that looks quite delightful ... would love to visit the market ... as you say delightful colours ... and craft - the cherry cake ... the cat coaster, the huge tomato ... delicious ... such fun to see - cheers Hilary
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