The Color of Pike Place Market Seattle

Seattle With Kids - Pike Place Market Tomato & Blackberries

We couldn’t visit Seattle without stopping by the famous Pike Place Market. The color of produces from various stands from local farmers and sellers is just too vibrant to ignore.

Seattle With Kids - Pike Place Market Lemons & Limes

Today’s Photo Friday I want to show just a fracture of what we had seen and captured during our walking tour with Shutter Tour, a photography tour with knowledge photographer and tour guide.

Seattle With Kids - Pike Place Market Chilli

Check out other travelers’ photo from Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.

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Comments

  1. Oooh, I love foody photos! Great colours and now I’m hungry…

  2. i echo anna – i LOVE food photos, it makes me happy and hungry at the same time. and i REALLY love pike place. YUM!

  3. LOVE these photos! SO striking and bold!

  4. You are making me think I should head downtown today and hit the market for some lunch. I miss working around the corner from it. Rarely have I found a tourist attraction so heavily used by locals. But really, the fresh food markets are one of the best reasons to live in Seattle!

  5. Great photos! You may have just inspired me to go out in the 105 degree heat and visit the farmer’s market.

    • Thanks for stopping by Jessica!

      Well, I don’t know if I will brave the heat in Atlanta but I’m glad I can inspire you. :) Being in Seattle helped us to do all the outdoor activities more too. Their summer weather is our spring time.

  6. Don’t you just love the colors of the market? You’ve done a great job of capturing them!

  7. I like that place when I am in seattle, too. I always stop by Sur La Table which is nearby, also.

  8. The colors of the fruits and peppers are just so vibrant. Love the photos!

  9. You know how to get the “best side” of food. Wait, is there a bad side? Great pics; now I’m hungry. Thanks. :)

  10. We were just in Seattle last week. I was amazed by the beautiful poppies and peonies at the market.

  11. Thanks so much for taking our tour and it looks like you had a great time in the city and glad you enjoyed our favorite place to shoot, The Pike Place Market.

    Terry

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