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Fish Stall, Kochi Street Market

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 1 February 2008 in Lifestyle & Culture.

Look at the size of those crab legs and fish heads!

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Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

WOW They are HUGE...love the busy people shopping photos :)

1 Feb 2008 9:57am

@Lorraine: Thanks Lorraine!

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

They are truly massive, thats a big fish supper for someone.

1 Feb 2008 10:16am

@Richard_Irwin: It is indeed a super-sized fish supper Richard.

Wolfgang Prigge from Canada

By his look one can see that buying fish is serious business...

1 Feb 2008 1:16pm

@Wolfgang Prigge: You'd better believe it Wolfgang!

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

I think he finds those fish heads as interesting as we do! Nice shot!

1 Feb 2008 1:19pm

@Craiger: Cheers Craiger!

ZENTY from Brescia, Italy

woooow

1 Feb 2008 4:33pm

@ZENTY: Thanks ZENTY!

yiannis krikis from thessaloniki, Greece

nice street image and very interesting fishes

1 Feb 2008 5:50pm

@yiannis krikis: Cheers yiannis.

badala from Leiria, Portugal

So many great elements in this shot!!!

1 Feb 2008 6:20pm

@badala: Thanks badala!

PANAMEPHOTOS from Champigny Sur Marne, France

Purée les pinces de crabes elles sont monstrueuses

1 Feb 2008 7:32pm

@PANAMEPHOTOS: They are aren't they! Thanks PANAMEPHOTOS.

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Very nice and colourful shot. There are many interesting details to look at

1 Feb 2008 8:58pm

@standley: Cheers standley!

gandz from Kharkiv, Ukraine

mmm... food!
love the feeling of a simple busy market (or whatever it is) here.

1 Feb 2008 8:59pm

@gandz: It is a market. Thank you gandz!

Andrew Gould from Sydney, Australia

Excellent street shot with an interesting point of view, leading the eye across the produce to the man and the background in general. I just find the green jacket in the background a little dominating. This is only my view on it, of course, but if it were my photo, I'd use the Replace Color tool in photoshop to change that green to a more somber colour, or perhaps I'd try the photo in black and white. (I would also tone down the brightest whites a little.) Still a very good image as it is, though.

1 Feb 2008 10:48pm

@Andrew Gould: Cheers Andrew!

The Oswegan from Lake Oswego, United States

Nice detail.

1 Feb 2008 10:59pm

@The Oswegan: Thanks Oswegan.

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Asaichi? Very rich display!!! I don't know WHERE to look first!Many things here are just good for "o-nabe"....I've just cooked one, but more veggies and less meat!
Very attractive shot!
Gabriela

2 Feb 2008 4:34am

@Japanalia: This was an all-day market Gabriela. Yes, lots of good nabe ingredients!

Twelvebit from Victoria, United States

That's a fish market. It reminds me of the physicist Richard P. Feynman who disliked sea food until he visiting Japan and got to sample truly fresh fish.

3 Feb 2008 3:26pm

@Twelvebit: That's very interesting. I'm sure many would share his experience. I know full well the smell from a fish counter in an English supermarket, the cloudy, old look and strong fishy taste to lots of the fish we get, which tends to prejudice people against fish. The idea of eating that kind of fish raw turns my stomach. But here... it's another story. Even fresh fish in a place not famous for 'fresh fish' in Japan is far superior to what I normally see in the UK.

Laurie from Lincoln, United States

Amazing market pics, Daroru! I really like them. We don't have anything like this where I'm at. Thanks for sharing! =-)

4 Feb 2008 6:34pm

@Laurie: Thank you Laurie!