Friday, March 16, 2007

Inside Spice Bazaar

This is how it looks inside the Spice Bazaar.
Completed at 1660, this bazaar is always very crowded and colorful.
Posted by Picasa

16 comments:

Kate said...

Your site (or a computer voodoo) is giving me trouble posting on this photo. I love the curves of the ceiling with the lamp/chandlier in the center. Any spice shots?

Kate said...

Your site (or a computer voodoo) is giving me trouble posting on this photo. I love the curves of the ceiling with the lamp/chandlier in the center. Any spice shots?

Chris & Deb said...

what a fantastic shot! this one looks completely different when viewed large vs small-very nice!!

Chuckeroon said...

Thanks for this one , Oya!

Anna said...

This is one of my favorite places when we visit. It is so vibrant there! :)

photowannabe said...

What a magical place. Its so ancient and colorful,

Ben said...

Very nice place, energy there is fantastic.

dijah said...

wow,
thats a nice picture!
the spice bazaar looks very cheery!

Jilly said...

Oh, that's wonderful, Oya. How I'd love to visit that bazaar. The smells must be amazing...

Jilly x

Kerry-Anne said...

Your photo is really evocative - just looking at it I can already imagine the hubbub inside, and the amazing aroma of all the spices and other goodies. Lovely!

Dsole said...

wow this must be a "must-see" also! there would be so much nice things there!!! what a cool place!

Oya said...

Kate, if you click on the blue Spice Bazaar, there is a link that will take you to my previous post about Spice Bazaar, and you can see the spices and the other colors there.
Dsole, it is a "must see" :) !

Chad Oneil said...

Really cool image.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I clicked to enlarge the photo and the amount of details is amazing. It looks like a fun place to spend a COLD afternoon since it's indoors.

Kala said...

makes me so curious to jus browse around!! It looks so interesting to visit

M.Benaut said...

Absolutely beautiful. Delighful Turkish Delights !! I can practically smell the sweet aromas on the screen. And yes, one must click and enlarge this photo, the detail is superbe.