27 August, 2019

vegman

had to setup his market across the road from his regular place last Saturday.


25 comments:

  1. Love markets and with such a background still better.

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  2. I love markets like this. Pretty church in the background. Have a great day.

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  3. A wonderful image of everyday life and the people living it.
    Changes do happen but you do what you have to do and go with the flow 💮

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  4. Still looks like he has a lovely spot Bill ✨

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  5. ...strive for five each day!

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  6. A great place for veggies...right by the ocean. Life if good.

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  7. Love this time of year when all the fresh garden vegetable are available.

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  8. Gosto destes mercados de rua e aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    Livros-Autografados

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  9. As long as you could find him! This is a wonderful time of year for fresh fruit and veggies here ... I feel like our climate has to be quite similar to yours (and wish I could check that out personally!)

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  10. You can't beat fresh vegetables :)

    All the best Jan

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  11. Markets are a wonderful place to spend time and buy freah food.

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  12. I love going to flea/farmers markets. None of ours are by the water though :(

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  13. Nothing like fresh veggies.
    Wonder how good business is there.

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  14. I bet he wasn't happy. We humans like to stay in the same location, seat, etc at events and resent a bit of change usually. Funny creatures that we are!

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  15. Love that glimpse of the community behind it.

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  16. He has a nice background, right by the water.

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  17. I hope you bought a lot of great produce!!

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  18. Ha Bill, altijd gezellig en goedkoop markt. Mooi op de foto gezet deze marktkraam.
    groet Kees.

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  19. Always good to find a local farm market, but why did this veg man have to relocate across the street, Bill?

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