Selling vegetables at the market in India seems to be a tough job. No wonder this fellow in today’s photo decided to take a nap while his colleague would do all the work at a subji stall in Sarojni Market, New Delhi. Markets in India tend to be as busy … more »
Today’s photo takes us high into the Andes in Peru. If you walk around the wonderful market in Pisac, a little town about one hour away from Cusco, you will see these amazing little dolls all over the place! They’re so beautifully crafted and colorful that you feel like getting … more »
Chawri Bazar: most utilities one might need to purchase can be found here. This iconic whole sale market in Old Delhi is a feast for the senses. For the eyes, you’ve got the crazy crowds passing by walking, in rickshaws, the animals, the vibrant colors of the clothing and the … more »
When going to rustic places, many travelers enjoy visiting local markets, where villagers come to exchange their products, sell souvenirs and, generally, get supplies for their daily lives. I believe that markets are, indeed, a great intro to local life: by observing what people sell, buy and use, you get … more »
Yo! We making a music video on the streets of Valdivia, Chile! We were walking around the streets of Valdivia and since it was Sunday there was a pretty nice Sunday market next to the Calle-Calle river. The market had fresh fruits, fish, the biggest mussels and much more! But … more »
Singapore is a feast for the senses! This is the kind of city where you don’t need to have a specific plan to keep you entertained. Just walk around soaking up the contrasts between traditional and modern, and that will induce some thinking about where things come from and where … more »
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. This is where we will write a 1000 words – every day. Here’s a photo we took in a market in Madrid, to start you up for now!