PHOTO: Quechua Sell Produce at the Pisac Market in the Sacred Valley, Peru June 29, 2021March 31, 2012 by Barbara Weibel SharePinTweetFlip
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Looking at this picture, it makes me wonder how having all those bright colors surrounding you everyday effects your outlook. The colors are so happy and vibrant! Lovely.
I am always astounded at how the traditional blends in so perfectly with western wear. I have found this everywhere I go. Here we see the black hat on the lady at the left side of the photo. She is wearing a sweater with a fleece vest over the top. In the back ground we see a man in what might be a Adida sweat suit. Everywhere I go I see the wonderful blue tarps and green plastic bags. You have captured a perfect moment in time. Thank you.
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Hi Barb! Could this market scene be anymore colorful? Love their bright perspective on life! Hope all is well in your world today… Laura aka the Midlife Crisis Queen Sorry to say, at this end the crises just keep coming. See my new Blogging Boomers’ Blog Carnival for details.
So sorry to hear that Mike is suffering so from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. As always, you seem to be able to accept situations with grace, but here’s hoping he can find some relief. Sending you a big, energetic hug and much love.
So right, what color…………Again, makes me want to go back.
This photo is just bursting with color – i love it.
Hi John and Kathy: I think the Pisac market was the most colorful one of all those I visited
What a colourful scene – but based on your previous experiences with the locals not liking to have their photos taken did you have to get out your telephoto or were they quite relaxed?
I don’t think they were too happy about me taking photos, but I bought some produce, so that seemed to smooth things over a bit.