Another week, another challenge. Want the best fresh food ever? Try the old medina quarter in Tangier, Morocco. It’s one of the oldest cities still active, and for good reason. The community is huge, vibrant, and engaging. These mounds of fruits and vegetables are just a tiny sampling of what you can find.
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge Community Princess Diana | 2013 Weekly Photo Challenge Blog
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge – Community | Joe's Musings
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Community | MythRider
Pingback: Photo Project “52 Bolivian Sundays” ['Community'] | 3rdculturechildren
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Community | A mom's blog
Veggies look enticing. I don’t know about the duplicity, though—the men in short-sleeved shirts and the women covered from head to toe. Just an outsiders observations, not an attitude. Personally, I think we all ought to be a bit more covered up. But that’s one opinion of an old man. Love the photo, though.
Here is my entry for this week’s challenge: Community (and Sub-communities)
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Community « blogagaini
Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Community (Christmas Circus) | What's (in) the picture?
Looks delicious! I’d love to see the market.
Markets are almost as the same as others in the world. 🙂
Pingback: Summertime, Coming Soon | Polymathically
Pingback: This Bucket List Kicks Back | Polymathically
Pingback: A Moment In JFK | Polymathically
Pingback: From Morocco To America: One Rug, Many Memories | Polymathically