The Indoor Market

Whilst out with Nadeem & Ian, we went into the Indoor Market asI mentioned in the previous post. That is where I got the featured shot of Nadeem at the very top of the post.

We meandered through. Some places it gets narrow and a squeeze through. At others it is quite open.

Making up the salad
Making up the salad

After getting the shot of the Salad Maker, I noticed the woman on the Spice Stall. The sun was streaming in through the high windows, and as she turned I got this shot of the sun streaming on her face and lighting it up.

The light in your eyes
The light in your eyes

Her stall is on an end, so I walked to the side and was looking through the gap in the spice jars. It was very narrow, but I managed to get this one shot off.

Between the jars
Between the jars

Upstairs on the balcony is where Kelly’s Records is located. I have taken many a shot here. People are so absorbed with looking through the rows and rows of vinyl.

Working through the vinyl
Working through the vinyl

I went to the top of the stairs, and stepped down a couple of steps to get this shot of two pretty girls.

Together with the vinyl
Together with the vinyl

One of the brunette on her own.

The Brunette
The Brunette

And finally… A shot of the Blonde girl.

The Blonde
The Blonde

4 thoughts on “The Indoor Market

  1. Lots of pretty girls in this post, Wayne. You do have an eye for spotting beauty. 😀

    I love “Working through the vinyl” because the man is so focused on looking through the records and the records stretch out until they little by little fade from view. Very nice.

    “The light in your eyes” is definitely my favorite and it’s precisely because of how you described. The light shining across her face really highlights her expression and I also like the contrast with her dark hair.

  2. Shooting along the vinyl gives a great shot.
    It can be so dark in the Market and when the sun shines so bright you get pockets of light, which look great when someone moves into them.

  3. Ann Levy

    Nice post, Wayne! I, too, like the “working through the vinyl”–fantastic capture!
    I also like the man at the top who seems lost in thought–a theme that makes our imaginations work as we try to imagine what’s going through his mind!
    Of course, the portraits are lovely, too! You’ve got a good eye!

  4. Thank you once again for your lovely comments, and coming from you I respect that so much.

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