Monday, November 17, 2008

Rotten fruits - the remains of the market

20 comments:

rob said...

The color of the mould is so intense! Great and disgusting ;) shot!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Very interesting and colorful. For some reason, I am attracted to such scenes, though I wouldn't want to have to EAT them.

Olivier said...

il est bête de perdre tous ces fruits, surtout en ce moment. Mais cela fait un beau rendu couleur

it is stupid to lose all these fruits, especially at this time. But this is a beautiful color rendering

Marie-Noyale said...

Damages of time on fruits and vegetables..but in beautiful fall colors!!!

Joy said...

Not my favourite subject for a photo, but well taken!

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Tanya said...

I think this is the first moldy fruit picture I've ever seen on a CDP blog :)
It's a shame that all this beautiful fruit has gone to waste!

Lo said...

interesting point! I like it!

marie6 said...

Great shot! But i hope the market traders clean up after themselves, cos here they leave a terrible mess.

Julie said...

This is such a good image. Personally, the image of decay is wonderful. Yesterday you had decaying windows, today decaying food. Great eye to notice this and then to create such a good photograph - down to the light on the bitumen.

Eki Akhwan said...

In this photograph, they look like an painting of abstract patterns. Nice observation, JM.

Jessica said...

I like it. It reminds me of classic Dutch still life painting where rotting fruit and ripe fruit are shown together to signify the passage of time.

Petrea said...

It's not every photographer who can make garbage into gorgeous. Nicely done!

Jim said...

I bet it doesnt taste good, but the colors make for a good picture.

Saretta said...

Great color! The photo is so vivid I can smell the mold and rotting! Help, I'm having an allergy attack!!! ;-)

valeria said...

Is this squash at a market? Nice colors, though.

Dusty Lens said...

Although the produce is rotten, what a colorful capture! Bravo!

bitingmidge said...

I am strangely attracted to your rotten fruit!

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Sterl the Pearl's Daily Pics of Boulder said...

i love this! makes me think of the elton john song, rotten peaches...

Kala said...

I've always wondered what market do with the goods that don't get sold - sad to see all the waste with so many ppl going hungry - I think the left overs should be donated =D

tr3nta said...

It's a great image... bravo...