SUNDAY POST: Morning

Saturday morning … time to get up, and go to the market.

September is bursting with colours. Everybody is here, buying goodies for the week to come. People are rushing in all directions, most of them having breakfast, just purchased at the local bakery, while stuffing their bags with fruits and veggies… and I am clicking and clicking …..

I can’t resist those colours and smells of early autumn… Now, how will I explain why I haven’t brought any groceries home ;).

 

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65 Comments on “SUNDAY POST: Morning

  1. Agree autumn have a tons of color – one more beautiful than another – really enjoying visit markets myself – most just look at it, but can’t help buying some of the vegetables and fruits – they taste so great… πŸ˜‰

    Great shots… πŸ˜‰

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        • yep, people complain they are bitter, but they are wonderful, some salt them before to let the bitterness out, but I dont mind it… my only problem is I am rarely in the kitchen πŸ˜€

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          • I think it’s a shame salt them too, it’s “do not” in my eyes – it ruins the taste… πŸ˜‰

            Sounds like you are an okay girl, I just love cooking and my favorite woman in kitchen is one who sit on the kitchen table with a glass of red wine while she is chat with “chief cuisine” – if she wouldn’t that she can repair the car, paint the windows or phone one of her girlfriends – then I’ll call as soon as the food is ready… ‘hahaha’

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  2. I love buying fresh fruit and vegetables from street markets. CanΒ΄t beat them for value, either!

    Wonderful photos, Paula. Well done!

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  3. Street photography too? Is there no area of photography safe from your skillful eye? A whole long list of really nice imagery. πŸ˜€

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    • πŸ˜€ well, in need … street is much closer to me than nature …. I am not as lucky as you! I am more likely to find a dead rat, or pigeon, than a live humming bird πŸ˜€

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  4. So colorful. I too enjoy spending time at vegetable and fruit market due to the same reason. Thanks a lot Paula, for sharing these beautiful pictures with us.

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    • Thank you Arindam πŸ™‚ I haven’t forgotten about you, just been so, so busy… but will pay you a proper visit soon πŸ™‚ Enjoy your Sunday!

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    • πŸ™‚ It was a pretty morning :D. Thank you dear Marion…. Hope you are not slaving yourself cooking this weekend or house-improving πŸ˜‰
      P.S. And your comment in verses is so pretty too :D… makes me happy. Now I can turn in. Good night dear.

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      • Sweet dreams, dear.

        No cooking or slaving away this weekend. Tomorrow we’re going for a nice sunny bike trip on our Harley, with good friends. Ah, and that makes me happy! I hope I can make a morning picture too before we leave.

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    • Hi there.. who am I talking to now .. Mlatimer or Riddley? I am happy you liked my colours … autumn is my fav season too πŸ™‚ Thank you for commenting πŸ™‚

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      • Sorry Paula, it’s Ridley πŸ™‚
        Really need to remember to sign off with my name!
        Autumn just has that crispness in the air but it’s still sunny in a way. Plus even though I never do anything really for Halloween, I still really like it!

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        • Hello Ridley πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing this with me. I got back to your page to refresh my memory…. I used to have a fetish for pens, pencils and notebooks too (I may still have it :D). I wish you that you may be able to quit your day job and dedicate entirely to your writing πŸ™‚ You sound like a girl of many talents :O)

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          • Ah thank you!! You’re too good! πŸ˜€
            I really hope you haven’t lost your fetish for stationary, I’m sure it’s lurking somewhere near the surface, there are too many lovely notebooks out there not to like them any more!! Haha! R.

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  5. I love shopping at the market – we have a great Saturday morning market here and it is a treat going there!
    Love your photos and that you have music with your posts, is so cool – a treat visiting your blog, Paula πŸ™‚

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  6. J’ai envie de manger ces poivrons :p et mmm je peux sentir l’odeur de ce marchΓ© ! merci pour ce partage πŸ™‚

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    • It’s nice to hear that :). You are welcome. You have a nice blog with a wonderful title … we should all have a garden….

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  8. Vivid open market shots. They remind me of the autumn photography I’ll be doing soon. I think You’ve also given me an idea to add some macro work to it.

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