Sunday, November 30, 2014

Marketplace II


Luigi sells Italian sauces made from his father's old recipes.


Megan is a former teacher who now sells textiles made by indigenous women around the world.
This selection was from Guatemalan women.


And Tyler sells the most delicious French bread and pastries.
I had a croque monsieur and a raspberry tart.

17 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

That last one shot is wonderful!

Kate said...

All photos are great but I'd like to get to know the Italian a bit better to try out those sauces. NUM!!

Birdman said...

What a wonderful expression you captured on Tyler.

Sharon Anck said...

Another great set of portraits. Tyler's wicked smile is enough to sell me a loaf of bread!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! I do love Tyler's wicked smile and I'd probably take home a basket full of bread and tarts!! Great pics for the day -- as always! Looks as though you've had another colorful, fun weekend< Jack!!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Tyler looks so very French with that rather sardonic grin Jack.. market people are usually real characters!

Stefan Jansson said...

Tyler is a very cool looking guy. He could sell anyone anything without any problems whatsoever.

Mersad said...

That bread is huge, and looks really tasty.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Lowell said...

I'd go with the French pastry but Tyler looks a little sneaky - you might want to watch what he puts in the pastry! Wheeee!

RedPat said...

I love a good croque monsieur so that is what I would have too!
Tim Horton died in 1974 after crashing his Pantera on the highway late at night. The shops were doing well by then but nothing like the scale they are now.

William Kendall said...

Luigi particularly looks like quite a character!

Michelle said...

Love that last shot of Tyler!

Randy said...

That bread looks like heaven.

Malyss said...

Don't know why, but last one is my favorite ... :o)

Karl Demetz said...

The last portrait is fabulous !
And who is Ernesto? Luigi's father?

EG CameraGirl said...

I bet Tyler has a successful pastry-chef life ahead of him.

Kay said...

That's enough bread to feel the whole neighborhood. What did you say to Tyler to evoke that expression?