16/02/2010

The Khan el-Khalili bazaar, Cairo, Egypt part 3.

The Khan el-Khalili bazaar, Cairo, Egypt part 3.


Part 1. here  and part 2. here

Info about the bazaar in Wikipedia








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16 comments:

  1. Periaatteessa täällä muuta olekaan kuin bazaareja...ja niissä aika paljon egyptiläistä bazaarikamaa, pidemmän päälle alkaa tympiä.

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  2. Aurinko, lämpö ja kuvaaja on saanut ihmiset hymyilemään iloisesti.
    Täällä kaikki kulkevat naamat umpijäässä = )

    Kiitos lämmittävästä kierroksesta!

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  3. Such beautiful pictures. I love reading your blog and feeling like I get a tast of Cairo....

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  4. Mukavan aurinkoisia kuvia ja aurinkoisia ihmisiä.

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  5. Kiva nähdä basaaarikuvia.Ystäväni Mary tuli juuri takaisin 3 viikon kierrosmatkalta Egyptistä,ja oli ollut tyytyväinen.Sain huivinkin lahjaksi,oliskohan ollut basaarista hankittu.....

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  6. I love stopping by your blog. You've always got fantastic photos that transport me to another world. These photos were great! I especially love the photos of the people at the bazaar. You can really see that they enjoyed being part of your shots. Great job!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I love having you over!

    Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
    @Tweeting Mama

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  7. These are such beautiful pictures :)

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  8. Kiitos basaarikierroksesta. Ennen matkaamme Egyptiin meità varoitettiin ihmisten kuvaamisesta. Eivàt kuulemma tykkàà. Mutta huomasin asian olevan juuri pàin vastoin. Hymy oli herkàssà, kuten sinunkin kuvissasi.

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  9. Those shots are awesome.
    Loved the first one and the mosque tower especially.
    I love Bazars.
    The ones in Korea were great and so were the ones in Kuwait.
    The old market down here is just too much new stuff.

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  10. SIROKKO
    Kyseisessa bazaarissa suurin osa tavarasta on kiinalaista! Mietin vaan etta onko teilla myytava oikeasti egyptilaista vaan onko niissa vaan takalaiset leimat/latkat/tarrat tms.?

    TARU
    Paikalliset ovat aidosti ystavallisia ja mukavia mutta minun taytyy aina tehda aloite.
    Kun joku huomaa kameran ihmiset tyrkyttavat jopa itseaan kuvattavaksi! :)

    SMARTBEAR
    Isn't it fascinating to explore 'other worlds'... :)

    SUSU
    Juuripa. Kavi hyva saka!

    YAELIAN
    3 viikkoa kuulostaa mielenkiintoiselta...Selvisi ilmeisesti ilman vatsatautia, hienoa!
    Tuliaiset on kivoja yllareita...

    KRISTI
    I'm happy if you enjoy 'other worlds' too!
    Thanks for your visit!

    QUASI SERENDIPITA
    thanks, happy to see you here!

    CLOUDIA
    Aloha, friend! :)

    LISSU
    En koskaan kuvaa ihmisia ilman lupaa.
    Monta kertaa ihmiset tyrkyttavat itseaan kuvattaviksi - tosi mukavaa vaikken tiedakaan mika heidan motiivinsa on! :)

    NICOLE
    Is the new stuff made in China?
    Most of the stuff here is made in China...sad...but people don't pay attention where things are made...

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  11. I'd love to stroll around this place some day! Lots of things that attract attention - I'd go crazy shooting photos left and right! :o)
    I love the headpiece of the woman in the last photo, by the way.
    Cheers!

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  12. "No human being should be in any god's position". Blogiste

    This is one of those comments that is immediately recognized as the quintessential summation of an opinion. It should be published and put on bumper stickers! Obviously, I agree.

    I came across your blog while commenting on Susie's and am already such a fan. What stunning photo essays! The little boy in "Hello World" is the most huggable child, isn't he?

    Thank you so much for sharing your world in such an elegant way.

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  13. Oh Wow, what a wonderful series of photos from such an exotic location. Looks like a great place just to walk around and soak up the ambiance. That's one thing we have very little of in the Inland Empire of southern California, and that is Street Life. Everyone is in their car intent on getting somewhere but not enjoying the journey. I love the way the people are so happy, waving, smiling. Excellent post!

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  14. ALEDYS VER
    I'm like that, stop. left. right. walk. stop right. walk. stop left...
    So it takes a long time to get from place x to y because I have to click all the time! :)

    LINDA
    Oh, you made my day!
    I've read too much Susie's blog and other sources and it makes me sick that some MEN think they are like gods.
    We do need rules otherwise this globe would be even more in chaos but there should be limits what human beings can use as weapons under religion's name.

    Egyptian people are really friendly and nice.
    They are so happy when I say couple of words in Arabic! :)

    STICKUP ARTIST
    'Everyone in their car' - and people go to gym but don't want to walk!!!
    I've always liked bazaars, markets, back alleys...

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  15. Your photographs are fantastic. I'm so sorry one of your photos was misused.

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