These are photographs of the fruit and vegetable market in Antigua Guatemala
that I took during the spring of 2008 of dirty floors, rotten vegetables, sacks
of dehydrated anchovies, peppers, and millet, and mangoes cut up and packaged in
Sloppy floor of market in Antigua
Guatemala. The floors of markets look the same as this all over the world.
Discarded vegetables in the market of
Antigua in Guatemala.
Photo of grains, millet, dehydrated
anchovies, and dehydrated peppers in sacks in Antigua Guatemala.
Pretty women on CD covers at the market in
Photograph of peaches, grapes, and mangoes
Man buying fruit from a Mayan woman in
Watermelon, mangoes, and papaya at the
fruit and vegetable market in Antigua Guatemala.
Millet, dried beans, and seeds at the
fruit and vegetable market in Antigua.
Fruits for sale at the market.
Mangoes are often cut up an put into bags
so that people can just buy them and eat right away. A good idea, as I do not
assume that most market goers are carrying knives to remove the mango peels.