Tuesday, 24 June 2008


There's so much to see in this photo, I don't know where to start from.

First things first: would you buy men's boxer shorts from the three-wheeled cart on the pedestrian crossing? How about a linen embroidered tablecloth from the gypsy lady crossing the street (with a huge white sack over her shoulder), next to the grandmother (wearing black from head to toe) pushing the baby in the pram? The blue recycle bin, the (paradoxically) green litter bin, the bus stop, and the men sitting under the trees passing their morning at their favorite meeting point.

The bric-a-brac stall is permanently stationed where you see it now, come rain or shine. I wouldn't be surprised if it belongs to the person who runs another bric-a-brac roadside stall right across the road on the right - which coincidentally is in front of the central market in Hania, the Agora.

And yesterday's baobab tree was in fact a celery root.


  1. as you said. there's so much to see in this photo

  2. I absolutely agree with you ... a lot to be seen on this photo.
    And no, I wouldn´t buy my boxer shorts to that man!

  3. Are still in use such 'vehicles'?