Fresh sugar cane juice with some lemon and ginger is a treat. A colorful sugar cane juicer awaits customers on a street in India.
Colorful street shops and items for sale add vibrancy to an old building in Gujarat, India
Shopkeepers awaiting customers on a street market in India
A tea stall operator waits for potential customers on a rural street in India
It appears that these colorfully-clad tribal women are negotiating around a table in a street market in rural India
Tribal women graciously pose for a photograph on a street market in India
Walking through the town of Poshina reveals relatively modern construction yet narrow, paved streets from the past
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
A street vendor in India selling bananas on his cart. Matching of colors of bananas and the canopy over his cart.
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!
A little girl reaches out to a street musician in Wells, England
Two sides of one street in Hawkshead, England – one with old buildings and one with newer ones – signifying change
A cobbled street with color in Hawkshead, England. A red car blends in the surroundings.
Three buses compete for limited street space in Oxford, England
Captured some unusual reflections while walking along the streets of Raleigh
Walking the streets of Charlotte at certain times of the day reveals interesting reflections off the glass of various buildings.
A street fair under the signature palm trees in San Francisco, California
Richmond, Virginia was one of the greatest coffee port cities north of the Indies. Due to coffee being light weight during the trek overseas, many ships would also carry ballast stones in order to make up for the shortage in weight. These same stones were re-purposed and used as the cobbles that make up some of Richmond’s streets today.
There is a certain charm to these cobbled streets …..