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Thursday, October 20, 2011

The People of the Neighborhood Gather

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The farmer's market in Makiki gathers every Thursday evening at St. Clement's church on the corner of Makiki and Wilder street. Small in size but big on prepared foods, there are booths that sell Thai dishes, kettle corn, stews, crepes, etc. . . Of course a farmer's market wouldn't be much without fruits and vegetables so with fresh papayas, pineapples, melons, lettuce, onion, and other produce, the people of the neighborhood gather to have dinner, buy produce, and to socialize.

3 comments:

sixmats said...

I miss going to the farmer's market. This one looks like a good one.

Lynette said...

Farmers markets make me smile!

The giant pumpkins are grown over one season. I read that some of them gain 30 pounds a day!

Deno said...

Nice DOF. Almost makes it look 3D.