Friday, August 3, 2012

A Bazaar Experience

The Market with the Ferry Building in the Background
San Francisco is a strange place. That is one of the reasons that I love it. The area around what is known as the Embarcadero across the street from the Ferry Building and right next to Justin Herman Plaza is one of the most interesting. It is a place where artists, clothes makers and whoever set up shop and sell their wares seven days a week-rain or shine. It is an open air bazaar where business people who are going to work, going to lunch or going home have to walk through people selling almost everything and community groups, non-profits try to get their message out or make same cash. And on a sunny day it is most interesting:

The Market at Justin Herman Plaza
Some of the wares being sold
Jewelry being sold
A jewelry artist telling me not to take a photograph
I love this guy and his clothes
An artist creating her product with Justin Herman Plaza in the background
Love the pottery
Wanna a bear
The market is always changing, a vendor may be there on Monday and not there for the rest of the week. It is a new and different experience everyday.

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