In the 1700s, City Market was Savannah’s central marketplace for people to trade, shop for groceries and mingle with other community members. After tragedies and demolition, today, life, charm and quirk are restored in City Market, and the lively marketplace is now one of Savannah’s most popular spots for restaurants, art galleries, shopping and nightlife.
Sign of our current times at the local outdoor market – you can buy the flowers, but you can’t smell them there!
Colorful traditional clothes for children on sale at a street shop in India
Forget about packaging. Red chilies for sale by the pound in an open street market in Vadodara, India
Shopkeepers awaiting customers on a street market in India
A shopkeeper patiently waits as potential customers view his merchandise in a rural Indian market
It appears that these colorfully-clad tribal women are negotiating around a table in a street market in rural India
After walking around shopping in a rural street market, these tribal women and children take a rest break
Tribal women in colorful attire walk in a rural Indian market after having completed their shopping
A tribal woman in a rural market in India sorts vegetables prior to selling them
A market exists around Charminar, Hyderabad, India. Lad Bazaar is known for its jewelry, especially bangles, and the Pathar Gatti, which is known for its pearls. In its heyday, the Charminar market had some 14,000 shops.
A street vendor sits in front of a colorful cart to sell fresh vegetables at a street market in India
Flowers are used daily for religious, ceremonial and decorative purposes in India. A street vendor offers flowers and garlands for sale at a street market.
A variety of fresh fruits for sale by this Indian vendor in a street market
People in India are generally used to buying fresh vegetables from the farms available for sale daily at local street markets. No fancy refrigerated coolers!
Colorful, tubular rice snacks (ready to be fried at home) for sale at a local market in Vadodara, India
Hawkshead is a village and civil parish in Cumbria, England. The township of Hawkshead was originally owned by the monks of Furness Abbey. Hawkshead grew to be an important wool market in medieval times and later as a market town after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1532. It was granted its first market charter by King James I in 1608.
St Michaels and All Angels Parish Church and Cemetery overlooks the town of Hawkshead.