Although I knew about Anjuna Flea Market that it’s a lovely Wednesday market of Goa, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to check it out. Thanks to a local who insisted that I should not miss it if I wanted to take some nice pictures. He was right! The much talked about Flea Market of Goa did turn out to be a great place for photography. As soon as I made my foray into the market, I got overwhelmed by its vivid colours and the buzz created by the local and expat vendors.
Although I could not take the tour of the entire market, I was quite happy with whatever little I could see and photograph. Besides, there were a few vendors who weren’t happy about their stalls being stalked by my camera. So I had to rush back after clicking just a few photos.
Take a look –
|The first stall was of the colourful hammocks I guess.|
|As soon as I saw the spices, I knew my job had got cushier.|
|This lady vendor was such a sport for a photograph. I liked the way she smiled for my camera!|
|Although I don't enjoy capturing clothes, I found these scarfs quite gorgeous.|
|An expat vendor making pancake for a customer.|
|Spices steal the show!|
|Women and spices have something in common. Isn't it? ;-)|
|I always thought that coin collection was a cool hobby.|
|This man was busy attending his customers while I snapped his stall. He appeared unruffled.|
|This is an antiques shop that I tried capturing quite artistically, but the vendor scared the hell out of me and I had to flee.|
|There were quite a lot of spice stalls and I couldn't help taking their photos!|
|The variety of tea available was incredible! I think I should have bought a couple of packets.|
|Some amazing stones there, but I wish I could take a better shot.|
Did you enjoy the colours of Anjuna Flea Market?
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