Tuesday, September 11, 2007

HUNGRY THE LETTER "H"


I know this isn't quite ABC Wednesday but I will be out of town for the rest of the week.
Wednesday is the letter H......it is for Hungry.....
This was taken in Uzbekistan of a lady selling the Staff of Life called Non (bread). Notice what her selling carts are..
Have a wonderful week and I will see you again probably Saturday.
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29 comments:

GiuCe said...

a good idea to use the carts :)

Moi said...

the carts..haha!!!
and thanx for showing an elusive part of the world, I may or may not get a chance to see myself!!!
you too have a great week, Sue!!

CG said...

Very interesting bit of social interaction. Have a great week: take lots of photos!!

Olivier said...

Photographie pour un reportage intéressant.

Photographs for an interesting report.

Beverly said...

I love your photo. Were you there?

Merisi said...

I have seen similar sad scenes in the Ukraine. Very old people travelling with 2-3 small chests of raspberry from the countryside into Kiew, to sell them at Tolstoy metro station. Or little bunches of violets. Heartbreaking.

ruth said...

A unique street scene, that's for certain. I hope you have a good week.

Cristina said...

I like what you capture in people's everyday lives. I bet the bread was really tasty!

Sidney said...

He,he... I first thought he was feeding the baby ! ;-)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

have a good trip!

Peter said...

Bet there is a baby in there munching on the food, good shot of the natives of Hungary, makes me feel hungry

Ash said...

Very nice image. Have a great time!

John Roberts said...

Nothing beats home-made bread!

Mike said...

I could make a good go-kart out of the pram wheels. It's a very interesting photo you've taken there.

Steve Buser said...

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RUTH said...

That bread looks good. Have a great week.

Ali said...

Good post, with a bit of culture thrown in for good measure.

Hope you had a great week.

Ex-Shammickite said...

What's the policeman doing in the background?

Laurie said...

Nice one. Clever use of carriages.

I like the updated blog. I've been out of touch for a few days so I'm catching up a bit.

bluemountainmama said...

i was thinking what a strange thing to see on the side of the street until you told us the location.... very interesting.

hope you have fun on your trip.....

WalksFarWoman said...

Very emotive photo. It does give you a pang of guilt about how easy we come by food.

Hope you enjoy your break!

Faye Pekas said...

A different view of the world. I like the shot. Hope you enjoy your time away.

Annie said...

Oh, the baby carriage . . . a wonderful photo that reminds us to eat well and to share our food with others.

susan said...

What an interesting picture. It reminds me of the lady that used to come around selling homemade tamales. Only she didn't have baby buggies to use.

Paula said...

Sue,
Quite a different world from mine. Thanks for sharing and have a great week where ever you are!
Paula

JAM said...

I wonder what the officer is doing in the rear right of the photo.

Patty said...

Perhaps one of the baby carriages just might have a baby in it. I would say the policeman is waiting his turn to buy some bread, or it could be her husband or even her son. Then again maybe he's guarding her so no one steals the bread (the kind you eat or spend).

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

mrsnesbitt said...

I missed this last week............grat post & picture!

Pequete said...

This is a great photograph - it tells so much.