Look at all the GOURDS! What fun! We'll be carving pumpkins tonight with friends. Mmm! Some of those look really yummy!
Doesn't look so rough in the hood :)
Our farmer's markets are all kaput till next year. Stew Leonard's still carries as much local produce as they can. The cauliflower are just beautiful right now - all three colors: white, pumpkin-colored and purple. is that a year-round market?
Beautiful fall image. Although it's a little tough to see what with all the water in my eyes from reading your previous post. Very moving. Thanks.
Why "hood" DaryL ? I don't undestand this word... Market, yes... I have the same near my house...
Weren't you clever putting your *signature* where you did.Love it.Bear((( )))
I love street markets. Our market day is Thursday, too - I was down in Main Street this morning. It's not as exotic as this, though.
I need to get some yummy squash this weekend. Thanks for reminding me!
one of about 10 things I miss the most
I see you own that truck in the road. *heh heh*
Ours are gone....I have greenmarket envy.
Always a treat to see what's going on in the 'hood. And always fun to figure out where you're going to put your signature. It's like a puzzle within the picture.Looks like it was a pretty gray day at the bazaar that day.
It is an Autumn Extravaganza!!
Look at it all! So beautiful... There weren't hardly any squash at our farmer's market, and it's over for the year... :(I can't WAIT until I have my own garden next year!
Another aspect of city life. One I would not have thought of.
I love outdoor markets, that one looks fabulous
My favorite part is the street. :D
We love Markets. More photos please. You do such a good job.Thanks for the visit,Troy and MarthaPS: The masthead is great.The SWF photo today was shot with the widest angle setting on our 18-200 mm lens D200 Nikon.
I MISS NEW YORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Happy Halloween!I just heard that Honolulu is getting an asian-style "Night Market." EXCITING!
I miss the street market! Looks like I'm going to have to plan a visit!! Have an enjoyable Halloween!!
I'm just about to help my son carve his first pumpkin!
I've been leafing thru your blog and I love the pics of the markets. I've never been to NYC, but when I do go, I totally see myself meandering all the outdoor markets. You really give the taste of New York thru your photos. I love it!
It's amazing how much Halloween US style has caught on in the UK over the past four or five years. I wonder how many pumpkins the USA export to us each year now?I have a small Halloween slide show to share.
I would love to come to that market.xoxox
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