"The souk in Marrakech is a difficult place to move through in a quick and efficient manner—unless you are pulling a huge cart of colorful yarn."
"Walking through a local Vietnamese market to shop for a cooking lesson, I was struck by the vibrant green vegetables available for sale."
"These beautiful brass wares were on display on a rainy day in the souk of Chefchouen, Morocco."
"Walking through a traditional souk in Muscat, the capital of Oman, I stumbled upon a lovely, colorful market for trinkets and jewelry."
"The Paris Christmas market between Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs-Élysées is crowded but exciting."
"This picture was taken in the market of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, as negotiations over the sale of a pig were taking place."
"Slabs of salt for sale in the market in Mopti, Mali. The salt is transported from Taoudenni to Timbuktu by camel and then by boat to Mopti."
"I was walking through a market in Saquisili, Ecuador, and this lady, surrounded by onions, caught my eye."
"Collection of vintage glass soda-water bottles at the flea market in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue in Southern France."
"The 'floating market' in Bangkok, Thailand. A one-of-a-kind market where visitors can purchase anything from souvenirs to fried bananas cooked on a boat!"
"A box full of brightly colored thread in the weekly market at L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, in Provence."
"This fish market located on the docks in Portland, Maine, was very colorful and quaint."
"The bull market in Jamkhed, India, is located approximately eight hours southeast of Mumbai. All the bulls were beautifully painted and adorned with necklaces."
"Especially true during the holidays, Seattle's iconic Pike Place Market can't be missed when visiting the beautiful Emerald City. Perched on a hillside overlooking Elliott Bay, the market is a multilevel maze of shops, produce stands, seafood stalls, cut-flower vendors, and restaurants."
"Barcelona's La Boqueria Market has stalls dedicated to just about everything edible you could ever want. This is a stall dedicated just to spices. A market has been held in this location since the 1200s—and shows no signs of slowing down."