The love of photography with the red perishables ( marketfriday Initiative)

in GEMS2 months ago


Hi Hiveans,

This is a very quick recap of How I spent today and also have I walked through the market when I went for a little bit of shopping to get some food stuff for her family and also to show you guys how foodstuff are being sold and also arranged here which may differ from one market to another it is a very great privilege because so many people do not know how local market really is but the fact that we have different kind of time zone and also location gives us the Great same advancements in location and also weather differences.

I was briefly at the Okay Oba market which is very far from where I am inside but because of the love of showing you guys some market shop and stand I went ahead and took some pictures which are there here down below.

We have the perishable food stuff here which are very sensitive to touch and also weight. When you press them any hour you see results in a jiffy. These are tomatoes, Pepper and more.









We also have enough of wide range of green vegetables which are also eating all over Nigeria and also in all parts of the world. It is very white market because it has close to 4 to 5 gates.








Thanks For Reading.


Thank you for being part of #MarketFriday. I ask that you at least mention #MarketFriday with @dswigle in the post to help identify it. Thank you! :))

I always find it interesting to go to the roadside markets around the world. They push all those umbrellas together to keep the hot sun off their food. The tomatoes are so fresh, they wouldn't last very long with the sun beating down on them. It was cool to see the little tuk-tuks (do they call them that in Nigeria?) coming down the road. Anything of interest that brings the local essence in. You take it as part of your world and I look at it and go. wow! I never knew that.

In these times when COVID has made it challenging to put together a post, or even search out different locations, I can say with an optimistic attitude that #MarketFriday has survived the pandemic, thanks to all of you. Without your dedication to stretch what we call a market has been done successfully. Thank you! All of you! In doing so, we have discovered that we have added a new dimension to the tag. As many have been staying closer to home, I have also discovered more and more about each of you and that has been pretty nice. I have to admit, with the platform broken into different communities and tags, we get to see the same people, more or less that join every week, so we get to know each other a little bit. The challenge points out our differences, but, then, it also shows many things our cultures share. When the day is done, it shows off how human we all are and how we basically all care about our families and others. We embrace each other as humans.

I love the experience of it all. I appreciate the love and support given to #MarketFriday! Thank you! Truly! Your participation adds a piece of your world, and I have to say, people are interested in is seeing it. This entire challenge has opened up the world to me and so many others. Thank you again for being a part of all this! I am so happy to see you here! I hope you have a fabulous day! Hive on!!

Fridays are all about the #MarketFriday Challenge! Looking to take part in it? Here is how:

How to Participate:

Go to the market! Any market will do! Food, clothing, plant, or animal, if you wish. You can go to the zoo, an art auction, and restaurants. Anywhere or anything that you pay money for any kind of service.
Take pictures! Be creative! It’s fun!
Tell us a little bit about the market, what brought you here?
Post the picture.(s)
Don’t forget to use the MarketFriday Community #196308 to post from or hashtag it! #MarketFriday by @dswigle If you hashtag it, drop the link to your post here so I can easily find them.

As always, please remember! #MarketFriday loves you!

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