Traveling Through Colors: Red

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It’s Sunday and I am seeing Red.

It’s a hot color that stirs the blood (also Red) and leads to excitement in most. There’s not a single calming thing from this post about traveling the world, seeing Red. Except for the Spanish guy with the umbrella, he looks pretty relaxed.

And if Red isn’t your color of choice, there are other colors in the series.

Photo Of The Day – Market Day In Khuruthang + 8 More

Title: Market Day In Khuruthang Location: Khuruthang, Punakha District, Bhutan, Asia (27°32’56” N 89°52’20” E) Description: Market day in Khuruthang is a bustling event with plenty of fresh vegetables and household goods. Camera Continue Reading →

Photo Of The Day – Night Market

 Title: Night Market Location: Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia Description: When the work day is done and just before dinner, markets spring up in Kathmandu. Like the photo? Join the club. Camera Continue Reading →

The Local Market In Punakha, Bhutan

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Markets like this one are still very much the typical way locals find their fresh groceries in rural Bhutan. Most anything for the home can be found, from the just-picked fruits and roots to clothes and kids toys.

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Photo Of The Day – Food Prep In Moulay Idriss, Morocco

Title: Food Prep In Moulay Idriss Location: Moulay Idriss, Morocco [gmap width=”400px” height=”200px” zoom=”3″] Description: Lunch time the hillside town of Moulay Idriss means meat, and lots of it.  The Continue Reading →