Intriguing pops of color in the gray. Nice mosaic!
The fresh produce, the crowds, the noise - it's a sensory overload!
I'd really like to know(if you don't mind) where you clicked these pictures.
Vee, thank you.Purba, yes indeed these markets can open up one's senses!Amropali, I took these at a market in Gangtok.
Like the understated color palette... traditional markets are always fascinating...
I enjoy seeing outdoor markets like that - thanks for sharing. Reminds me - I need to make a trip to the farmers' market before they close for the season.
The charm and chatter... Ah! The local Indian markets are indeed very fascinating!
There are various hues and shades of articles sold in those parts of India
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lovely! i miss India!
Markets are usually so colorful.. :) But i usually prefer quieter places to do my photography ;) Great images Ambika...
I agree that local Indian markets are much like a sensory overload. It's the colour and the amazing variety that makes me wonder of the beauty of a local market. Interesting use of grey :) .
So fresh and full of life. Love this mosaic..
Wow, the market provided perfect photo opportunities! My favorite is the center shot of the woman and her bags of food. Love the composition and color. Wonderful!
Nice clicks :)
It is so nice to meet you Ambika, and welcome to The Creative Exchange!! These are wonderful photographs, with such beautiful color. I love the way you have presented them here too!Thank you so much for sharing at The Creative Exchange this week.Have a wonderful day!lisa.
Aww what a lovely sight! Hope I can see this in real one day soon.
I think they are beautiful and lovely :) markets always do fascinate me :) awesome pics ya :)Take care and keep writing........
Such markets are always fascinating. Loved all the 3... Beautiful collection:)It's so nice to experience the variety of places that India has to offer.
Always love such markets, wherever they are, they are always so eye catching.Happy Holidays!
Beautiful Mosaic...!! Market scenes are always fascinating !!
Danke folks! Outdoor markets are a treat indeed.. the noise, the fragrance and stench at times, crowds, loads of color! And ample opportunities for photographers, if you're comfortable elbowing your way through :)
Love these quaint markets...one can find such interesting stuff...
Its a perfect shot... loved the energy there..Shashiॐ नमः शिवाय Om Namah Shivayahttp://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2011/12/whispers-buddha-song.htmlAt Twitter @VerseEveryDay
hope you had a colorful week!
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Brilliant clicks and the focal B/W effect is lovely sply for the flower picture
Lovely! The market sound so nice.
those bangles..now i miss my bangles from years ago :(
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Ambika, the pictures are so beautiful. Viewing pleasure. Shades and colours :)
The Bazaar is the most lively, colourful and vibrant place, full of life.
Bazaars are always a treat to capture on the lens and you have done a fab job with it!!Especially loved the center pic with all those spices!!Have a nice day Ambika :)
The bazaar atmosphere must differ so at different places. Always enthusing.
Lovely! Loved how the colours look :-)
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Nice pics, Ambika!!! Beautiful colors!Can I use you photos in my blog??? :)
Great Clicks!! I must be an old school for loving small town bazaars!! They are just amazing.. Never get that satisfaction shopping in a department store!
Beautiful photographs !
I really like your blog. I look forward to seeing you at My Dream Canvas.
I enjoy seeing outdoor markets like that - thanks for sharing. Reminds me - I need to make a trip to the farmers' market before they close for the season.bajajnewpulsar
I love local markets too..and use up my memory card recklessly!http://traveltalesfromchennai.blogspot.in/