Sunday, April 08, 2007

Goodies!

Cheese, cheese, cheese - Borough Market (Southwark, London).

Zeytinler (olives) and condiments of all sorts - Borough Market


The Venetians come pretty close to meeting the Indian penchant for sickly sweet sweets. They have great desserts.


This is what happens when I am trying not to study, even though I should be. I end up looking at random pictures I have taken! And now I need a snack.

22 comments:

TS said...

Y-U-M-M-Y!

General Pervez Musharraf said...

Careful, old Serb, you don't want to turn into one of them folk who upset me here

sinusoidally said...

Mmmmm Olives. :-)

Aishwarya said...

Olives and cheese!

(Not a sweets fan, myself)

Tabula Rasa said...

lovely lighting on the first two.

MISSquoted** said...

and why again am I trying to lose weight??

shoot me.

Szerelem said...

TS: I know! :D

General: Haven't heard of moderation or exercise have we?

Sines: :)

Aishwarya: I love cheese and olives. And I have a terribly sweet tooth. I'll be a diabetic soon :(

TR: London at 4 pm in December.

Miss: I gave up long ago :D

Tabula Rasa said...

what camera did you use?

Szerelem said...

It's a Sony. Cybershot something (too lazy to check)...the one with the huge ass LCD screen. But mines pretty old now (keeping in mind how fast electronic stuff become old).

General Pervez Musharraf said...

I had no idea that people went about admitting that they use Sony Cybershots; it's a bit like admitting you listen to ABBA.

Szerelem said...

Whats wrong with a cybershot??

General Pervez Musharraf said...

A Sony Cybershot is an excellent camera and there's no harm using it if you're Japanese and/or middle-aged and/or a page 3 socialite.

Just as no aspiring rock musician will ever admit to listening to Take That, no self-respecting amateur photographer would admit he/she uses a cybershot.

Szerelem said...

Oh well. It takes perfectly decent pictures and is convenient. And I dont have money to buy anything else...

Tabula Rasa said...

interesting. the response is really good -- the first thing i'd noticed about your pictures was the vividness of the colors.

despite the fact that i prefer to play in b&w :-)

That Armchair Philosopher said...

you haff been tagged.

That Armchair Philosopher said...

and why is it that my previous 2 comments failed to show up here?

Szerelem said...

TR: I don't complain about the camera....it's simple enough to play around with the settings. And I guess colours naturally appeal to me. It's the Steve McCurry influence maybe - I love, love, love his works.

P.S: Thank you for all the cambodia info.

T.A.P: Hmmm.....even blogger is acting up with you now???? What had you said in your comment? :P
And I'll do the tag - after my exams! :D

Tabula Rasa said...

my pleasure. steve curry's absolutely great, i agree, but cartier-bresson's my man :-)

the wannabe indian punkster said...

I *heart* cheese.

I cant stand anything sweet though.

And yes, that includes sugar.

Twilight Fairy said...

(off topic)
Thanks! and those are some wonderful snaps u have here.. esp the one with some fortress thingy atop a hill and an azure blue sky in the background.

Szerelem said...

TR: I like Cartier - Bresson loads too. But Curry's my man :) I met him once and couldn't stop gushing!

Punkster: You don't like sweet stuff?? How can you not!!
And do you drink your coffee without sugar as well?? (Bleh!)

Twilight Fairy: And thank you! :)

hedonistic hobo said...

I loved Borough Market always, not just coz whatever ingredient I ever needed I foudn there but the hseer sensory overload that the bazaar is. It's overwhelming even from a distance, far removed from the Old World sophistication of most of touristy London.