John Williams in Greyton, South Africa starts creating his breads at 1 AM every Saturday morning. At 10AM his 100 or so breads and some ‘brioches’ are ready. He puts them on a self-made chart and crosses the street to the market opposite his house.
Sold out in 30 or so minutes. Must be exceptional good bread.
My wife’s jewelry pictures at the Lourensford Market in Somerset-West in South Africa (every Sunday).
Original designs handmade of South African metals such as Sterling Silver, Brass and Copper; often combined with South African colorful soil- and crushed rock particles.
wave of the whale
display is important
from plumbing material
Sterling silver rings
A few portraits shot last Saturday at the local foodies market with a 10 yr old snap-shooter I forgot about for 5 yrs.
(kind of street photography)
Every now and than we browse around at the Saturday Market in Hermanus. As usual it’s very busy. In the series ‘Candid Portraits’ of this blog more pictures during several days from 16 May onwards.