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Would you like some?

A market stall in a small catalan town(Sant Quintí de Mediona). Natural quality. If you want to see a different shot of the same place of a stall selling cheese visit http://albertperpinya.aminus3.com

Would you like some?

A market stall in a small catalan town(Sant Quintí de Mediona). Natural quality. If you want to see a different shot of the same place of a stall selling cheese visit http://albertperpinya.aminus3.com

comments (19)

  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 17 Dec 2008, 02:14
You'd pay a pretty penny for them in the grocery store, Albert! Nothing like home-grown just-about-anything!
Albert Perpiny: As you sometimes say I'm lucky as my wife's aunt has a vegetable garden where she grows all kinds of great vegetables that she gives us for free every week so we never spend any money on vegetables.
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 17 Dec 2008, 03:37
LOL, great clarity and detail, but some of them look a bit green to eat!
Albert Perpiny: This kind of tomatoes are this colour when ripe. They taste great in salads just the way they are in the pic.
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
  • 17 Dec 2008, 05:28
Exceptional capture. I love those dried ones. These markets always have such beautiful displays.
Albert Perpiny: It is a great market.
Nice colorful capture. Are we going into food photography lol
Albert Perpiny: Not really tomorrow fire.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 17 Dec 2008, 06:09
Unripe, ripe and sun-dried tomatoes. The seller made a nice arrangement and you took a good picture of it.
Albert Perpiny: Thanks Louis
Lovely picture, Albert. The big greenish ones, perfect for cooking. The smaller red ones still on the vine for just eating as they are.

Our market, large and well-known, has nice displays, but nothing fancy like this.
Albert Perpiny: The big greenish ones are used for salads here where I live.And the smaller red ones for cooking or spreading on bread.
Forgot to say I liked the cheese photo too, over on the other site.
Albert Perpiny: Thanks Sheila
  • Tracy
  • outer space!!! (UK)
  • 17 Dec 2008, 07:33
Home grown taste better than supermarket tomato's.
These look lovely, I'd have soon Albertsmile
Albert Perpiny: We always have home grown for free from my wife's aunt.
I could just reach out and eat one of those. Beautifully done Albert
Albert Perpiny: They are as tasty as they look.
  • rominne
  • Romania
  • 17 Dec 2008, 09:35
i like this capture mostly for the colors. i love good traditional markets. the other photo is also very nice
Albert Perpiny: Thanks Rominne
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Dec 2008, 09:40
I would definitely want some of these Albert - they look so much more appetising than the pale imitations we see sitting on our supermarket shelves.
Ingrid
Albert Perpiny: They are great. Sweet and tasty and for free from my wife's aunt vegetable garden.
Me gusta muchisimo los tonos de color que tienen estos tomates, no hay ninguno igual saludos
Albert Perpiny: La natura és incomparable.
amazing shot! really well done!
Albert Perpiny: Thanks. I'm glad you like it.
Una delícia de foto.Molt bon tema i compo.
Albert Perpiny: Gràcies Enric.
What a beautiful presentation . Well captured Albert!
Albert Perpiny: Thanks Richard
  • vera
  • iran
  • 17 Dec 2008, 16:18
luxurious market..
Albert Perpiny: It really was
  • XaviH
  • Catalonia
  • 17 Dec 2008, 23:20
Mmmm quina gana!!
Albert Perpiny: Bona nit Xavi
beautiful comp and colors, nice shot ...
Albert Perpiny: Thank you and heartly welcome to my blog. Hope to see you back soon.
  • ramon
  • Barcelona
  • 20 Dec 2008, 17:00
Fabulosos mercados que permiten comparar los productos que podemos encontrar habitualmente en los supermercados con los 'tradicionales' y darnos cuenta de que algo ha cambiado... para peor.

Peores colores, peores sabores y olores desaparecidos.
Albert Perpiny: I tant. Gràcies Ramón.

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