Saturday, March 21, 2009

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Is that enough or do you want to see more ?

35 comments:

tantra flower said...

You made me very hungry now! I love the photos!!! Peace

Asja said...

everything looks so fresh and delicious, yum!

ARIPI DE FLUTURE said...

beautiful photos:) different colors and vegetables and fruita. nice pictures

Inspiration said...

I think this is the first time i am seeing so many vegs together.
you have such great talent yaar.

Very nice and very very very nice photography..

Cheers,
Jayashree

Ps: thanks for the comment on my blog.

Jackie said...

I'm always happy to see more food photos! ;)

There are quite a few here that I really don't know what they are. I'll just have to come to Delhi and sample them myself!

Joy said...

I love the tiny aubergines! Yum!

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Ljubo said...

very nice pics! :)

Gattina said...

You should make publicity for a healthy life, lol !
They all look so appetizing !
Never thought that such a simple thing could make so nice pictures !

Jeevan said...

I see varies vegetable after long time only here. What’s the vegetable in pic 7? Which I never seen.

Nice pictures.

Onkar said...

Good ones. Will tempt people to turn vegetarian.

Aviral said...

nice pics...which sabji mandi did you go to?

Devika said...

Oh the whole of Azadpur seems here :))

This is more than enough for me...I am a pure non-vegetarian, can live with out vegetables, but very difficult without fish :)

but nice to see them all this Spring time, Deepak :)

wishes,
devika

roentarre said...

Hehe

You just reminded me to do my own shopping!

Great series of catalog of images.

R. Ramesh said...

bahhhh this is mischievous..:(
unfair, unjustified..showing such wonderful pictures to a hungry man who cannot cook properly..i protest..and that too such tempting vegetables to a vegetarain...bahhh...sobbb....

Silly Girl said...

:)

Per Stromsjo said...

Well, not hungry now but let's have some more same time tomorrow, right? ;)

That last tomato shot looks real yummy. Apparently, a couple of flies enjoyed the sight as well.

Wahokia said...

I would love to see a photo of one of vegetable sellers in context with his vegetables.

You're seeing patterns. Excellent!

Anupama K. Mazumder said...

There's beauty in the simplest and most common of things, isnt it?

humanobserver said...

Anupama: Yes you are true :)

magiceye said...

lol!
that was great!!

JM said...

This is such a great set of photos! They are all fantastic! You will not find many of these vegetables here.

Thomas Léonard said...

It is a very good idea of photo series !

Marc said...

Enough healthy food for now, thank you. Thought it would never end when scrolling down. :-) Very well photographed though.

Cathy said...

i love food photos! very nice and love the colors of the tomatoes :)

Per Stromsjo said...

So, next time, maybe you could try a tomato theme?

Indrani said...

'Fun''tasty'c !!! :)
Great shots!

Jama said...

Not many of those vegetables are available in our market here, unless I go to the Little India area in Serangoon Road. Now that's where I can see a variety of vegetables, some I've never seen before.

Diana said...

loved each n every pic on this post....fresh to the eyes actually...came in here from Magiceye's blog.

Sujoy Bhattacharjee said...

You got the entire market in there.
Very well taken pics

Tash said...

Looks like a land of plenty. Excellent photos - even I, who eats veggies because they are good for me, have my mouth watering.

Blognote said...

A bit too many photos of these wonderful vegetables for my liking but they all look very fresh and inviting. You succeeded in communicating that very well!
Perhaps some more creativety in presenting such photos?
This from one photographer to another! Cheers.
Blognote

José Ramón said...

Good reportage eaten a desire to enter Saludos

Kadri said...

I love food! Now I want to go there to buy things to ccok. =)

Suman said...

The whole sabzi mandi in ur blog...anyways...nice pics

Per Stromsjo said...

Any guess, what percentage of residents in Delhi are vegetarians? Over here it's between 1% and 4% depending on how strictly you define the term.

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