Welcome to the city that never sleeps!
Ming the Merciless
Scale definitely looks old school, and I have never heard of Spy Gold apples. Will have to hit up union square for some fruit...
j'aime les deux. C'est dans un marché bio ?I like two. It is in a market bio?
I like them both as well.
I used to love going to the I.S.44 market.I like both contemporary and antique things. Kinda like choosing between my digital or analogue cameras.Nice photograph.
I can see that it has a control mark and that the pointer is exactly on zero! An honest fruit seller! :-)Do you have to choose between old and modern?
Love this shot. Love the prices written on cardboard. Love the baskets. And love that weighing scale. It does look quite old to me. and yes I much prefer antiques but actually my real favourite is a mix of modern and old.
Hi Ming! TGIF!! ;)It looks quite aged; I wonder if it isn't from the last century... ;))Blogtrotter is still posting on Delhi! Enjoy and have a great weekend!
Very nice! Great capture of another era almost!
Even as the photo began loading on the page I knew you'd been to Union Square again -:) Spygold is an apple variety I've never heard of before.
That's a tough choice. Aesthetically, I'm more drawn to antiques. But I'll take the flush toilet and the latest computer equipment, thanks.That's quite a knife the vendor has too!
Ming, I think it might be an antique...Great shot! :)
You have some very nice photos here, and informative as well.
Good eye. Love the hand written signs, too. Love your photos.
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