Local markets are always a nice way of experiencing ‘normal’ every day life of a place that you visit. In Bali, markets are very common in every small town, as the idea of a supermarket hasn’t really caught on there yet, and we visited a number of them during our travels.
The photos in this post were taken at the Candi Kuning fruit market in Bedugul. Whilst my guide told me that it was a ‘local’ market, I got the impression that it was mainly there for the benefit of the tourism trade, judging by the number of foreigners wandering around. However the goods that were for sale were certainly authentic, and there was a lot of fruit, vegetable, and spices on offer.
As usual in Bali, the people at the market had no problem with having their pictures taken, so I was able to shoot away.
All images in this post made with the Leica M-E and the Summilux 50mm ASPH.
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