Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #76 – On Display

What’s “On Display” this week for Amy’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #76?  I know many of you have smashing Christmas displays, so I will not even try… My choices are from daily life, what I like to do and to see. But, In the header I just had to be a bit ”Christmassy” – if you look closely,  I am on display in every single bulb….

Books have always been a big part of my life, and this is just a tiny fragment of the gigantic pillar of books I found in a shop – it went from floor to ceiling. I would guess maybe 4 meters high.

From a dusty market in Tibet – Yak bells! Christmas is coming… Our horses used to have bells when they were pulling the winter sleigh to church. When my mother was a child.

Chilies and peppers – a daily ingredient in my cooking. A great display is always crucial if you want to sell. This one would make me buy more than I could use…

Many of us love to walk the markets in foreign countries. I love seeing the farmers come to town to sell their products. Some of them only have a small garden, but they work hard to produce vegetables, fruits and berries to make a living.

This lovely old lady was pleased at my attention, but only body language was possible. There was a story, somewhere, I know. But we exchanged smiles, and I felt she still had a good life.


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As always, Patti, Amy, Tina and I thank you for your continued support of our photo challenge!


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  2. Such a beautiful variety of displays. Those books! Wow. I wonder what happens if someone takes a book out in the middle! And the bells – unusual to see like that (well, for me anyway). Have a lovely holiday – great tree of bulbs at the top 🙂

    • Thank you so much – I am back from a great holiday, but caught the flu the last day…Hopefully over until Christmas. Yes – the books – a wow – and I don’t think you can pull one out because of the pressure from all. But I love to wonder as well…

  3. A beautiful and colorful collection, A-C. The bells, the market items, the woman selling her wares. I’d definitely buy those peppers, too. They look marvelous. And I like your selfie X 50!!

    • Well…about that selfie – fun because I am seldom the star! Towards Christmas I am always humbled, even more feeling for all those in poverty and all those who are satisfied with only little. But I have seen so much content, happiness and joy in poor countries. Smiles we never get in our rich part of the world. In fact it is they who are rich – not us. We stopped buying Christmas presents long ago – one or two little things, (specially chosen of course!) is enough.
      Second hand is a good choice. And those peppers! I guess it would be a bit different if I had grandchildren…

      • I had the same feeling in Fiji. The people truly are happy. We have a lot to learn from them, I think. We celebrate Hannukah, but it’s gotten much more commercial. It’s really just for kids–which I think is more reasonable. The spending can get so out of hand. I like your idea of 1 or 2 little things. Great idea.

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  5. Ann-Christine, your choices are eye-catching and delightful. I’d have to take photos of those things too if I saw them. Excellent frames you created for each one. You’re right, that woman does look like she’s lived a full life – her shirt almost looks like it has the same squiggle design that the wall has.

  6. Yeah – I wonder the gardener’s story too – but nice to have a small encounter and just share human to human connection!
    And loved the bulbs and all the reflections – hahah! Great shot and Merry Christmas Leya

    • Ha, yes, I could hardly believe my eyes – just thinking how much time went into building that pillar…And the Yak bells were gorgeous – there was a whole street with only decorations for their Yaks. Mostly in red!

  7. What a star you are! Shining brightly at us from all those baubles 🙂 🙂 And those must be the most vivid chillies I ever saw. Wishing you all you wish yourself, Ann Christine! Peace, joy, harmony… a better world, but we are so privileged to be able to share this one.

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