But with the gentrification of the downtown area, the market is now filling up with specialty food stands that appeal to a younger, more anglo crowd. This is an egg sandwich place. There's a fancy sausage vendor, expresso bar, barbecue, and coming soon, Oyster Bar.
Continuing the photo walk at Central Market. This is a dull shot - but the only wide one I managed to shoot. This market used to be filled with raw food stalls - meat, fish, everything else - that catered to the Latino community nearby.
After lunch we went out and wandered around Olivera Street -- but I had my Ikon out and was shooting film.
Back into the station for this shot up a platform tunnel, then a quick ride to Central Market. Tomorrow...
I heard some kids shouting and running down one of the platform tunnels. My camera was slung over my head and shoulder and it took some time to get it up. Missed shot… but I moved to the other side of the stairway and...
Oddly enough, I didn't reach to get the white ground. It was pretty much this way in the negative. M
y M9 shots of the same grove had the same tonality, and I realized that the reflective "snow" on the ground was actually a thick blanket of pine needles.