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Winchester Farmers' Market

We visited today to stock up on game etc.

"Best sausage in the South East"






Lovely fresh fish




Look forward to eating one of his pies for lunch this week




These chaps are old enough to know better

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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

Nice set! I like the notice on #4 'Medieval Beef'!
The Lambretta's (Vespa's?) are fantastic!
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

Nice set. Enjoyed looking at a slice of market life.

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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

Love the market shots but the aging mods made me laugh - I wonder if Vespa makes zimmer frames?
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

Or stabilisers?
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Great shots David. So do you come from that area? Do I detect perhaps another fellow Hampshire lad?

The last time I took street shots at Winchester Farmers Market I received some rather dark expressions from traders and even the odd rude gesture! The traders in your shots looked quite content and happy, so well done.

I am Winchester born and bred or as they say around these parts "strong in the arm and weak in the 'ead"! In my case sadly not so strong any more either!
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

The Scotch eggs are a bit expensive in #2! Made with quail eggs, perhaps?

The scooterists make an intriguing shot. Did you get any of 'em riding away?
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

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So do you come from that area? Do I detect perhaps another fellow Hampshire lad?
Hampshire born and bred Dave. My dad was born in Winchester, my grandfather kept the Plume of Feathers - a pub which was attached to the Westgate, demolished to make way for the road.

Used the E-M1 at waist level thanks to tilting screen, the pie man was being nicely distracted by my wife Still very much a learner with this camera.
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The scooterists make an intriguing shot. Did you get any of 'em riding away?
Sadly not - hung around for a short while but they were not about to leave rhe Wetherspoons any time soon.
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

David,
Fine set.
I'd never really thought of Winchester as being in the Southeast - but then again I'm just a geographically clueless northerner!
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Re: Winchester Farmers' Market

A very interesting set there David but gee, ₤3 quid ($5.98AU) for a pork pie! ! !

Some of our gourmet pies get up into that price point but mostly you can buy a reasonable rat coffin for around $4.50 in Oz.

The good thing about them is that we don't do porkies downunder (they often come out of our mouths but never go in ) 
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