Peddler for Handmade Wooden Kitchen Utensils – Bazaar, Izmir, Turkey, December 11, 2015
Category: Portrait, Street Photography, Turkey Tagged: bazaar, craft, Izmir, Photography, portrait, Sales, spoons, street photography, Timothy S. Allen, Turkey, wood
I could use a couple of those!
He was an interesting person. He didn’t make the the spoons but was the vender.
A rather dapper stallholder there amongst his spoons. Lovely moment of life image.
He was. He had a cart and traveled the narrow isles of the Izmir Bazaar.
A great image, the type I always hope for when I set out with the camera.
Thank you. I’m fortunate travel to places that have scenes I don’t normally see. Thanks for staying in touch.
It’s my pleasure.
Very unique and interesting. Many kind of spoon made of woods….
Yes, he was one of the more unique aspects of Turkey.
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