Nepal, Photo Documentaries

Kathmandu Photography – Markets

6 Comments 14 April 2010

The city of Kathmandu is filled with markets everywhere you go.  The morning is especially active as kids make their way to school by foot and adults get their fresh produce and meat for the day.  Everywhere you look it feels as if someone is selling something; produce, flowers, jewelry, peanuts, and guiding services!  The one thing you can always count on is that it will be colorful!

Women choose product in the middle of a busy road

An apple vendor wheels around his goods on an old bike

Colorful powder for sale used for tikas (forehead markings)

The food of Nepal - Dhal for sale

Bracelets come in every color - you can't buy or wear just one.

A woman surrounded by her colorful produce in Dubar Square

Malla (flower necklaces) are made and sold near the many temples

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6 Comments so far

  1. Alison says:

    What an incredible feast for the eyes! So much colour!

  2. JoAnna says:

    Fantastic photos! The colors are stunning! I especially like the ones with the powders and bracelets.

  3. Anil says:

    The photo of the bracelets looks almost like part of a reef or something, very reminiscent of something organic.

  4. Markets are fantastic for photographs – so much colour, acctivity and people make for some great shots

  5. Absolutely gorgeous market photos! It’s so interesting to see the real side of another culture.

  6. An Peyser says:

    Those are some extraordinary photos, wish mine were that decent!

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