Visit to the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market, Part 2

This is a continuation of the post about my visit to the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market. Last Sunday, The Grove — adjacent to the Farmer’s Market (3rd and Fairfax) hosted performers representing many of Los Angeles’ 25 international Sister Cities. In addition to the colorful traditional costumes of many of the performers, the people watching was excellent. Normally, I don’t photograph other people’s children — I mean, I won’t go to a park and shoot kids that I don’t know, however, in this situation, where the kids were in a very public venue, with their parents, and enjoying the performances, I felt there was no good reason not to include them. Of course, none of them are identified.

Sister Cities Program

Sister Cities Program

Dragon's Head

Dragon’s Head

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Dancers

Of course, I was not the only photographer.

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Apparently, they all had the same vision, because they all selected the same angle. 🙂 Folks, it is okay to bend your knees, bend over, or even knee down, on occassion.

Photographers

Photographers?

People Watching

People Watching

People WatchingPeople Watching
Sister Cities Program

Sister Cities Program

People WatchingPeople Watching
Relaxing

Relaxing

Relaxing

Relaxing

People WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople WatchingPeople Watching
In the Market

In the Market

In the Market

In the Market

In the Market
Hungry?

Hungry?

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