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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The letter S - Shopping for Spanish Seafood in Spain






Once again, the night market near La Rambla in Barcelona,
where my husband had a wonderful time with his camera.


Photos by Richard Schear
Posted for the letter S in the ABC Wednesday meme.
To see what others, from around the world, found to illustrate S, click

34 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour Kay,
your husband is very talented with the camera, these pictures are really interesting!I love visiting these markets!
Thanks for sharing!
Hugs
Léia

Carolyn Ford said...

Markets like this are so delightful to visit, even if only browsing not necessarily buying. Yup...your husband can surely bring home the great memories with his camera skills!

Sylvia K said...

Great post for the S Day, Kay! And I been there and done that (Shopping in Spain for Seafood) and loved every minute! Enjoy your day!!

Sylvia

Carver said...

I am sorely tempted by all that superb seafood.

VioletSky said...

as much as I love the taste of seafood, I cannot say I am enamoured of the look of seafood. but this night market is fascinating, and he got some verynice pictures.

photowannabe said...

The night market is very interesting. I never heard of that before. Great pictures of all the seafood.

anthonynorth said...

That looks a great place to visit.

Roger Owen Green said...

I don't eat NEARLY enough seafood. Yummy!
ROG, ABC Wednesday team.

Reader Wil said...

Wow! That's a lot of seafood! Typically Spanish!
Thanks for showing!
Thanks for visiting. Yes, St Nicholas is early, for his birthday is on the 6th December. When he goes on the 6th, Santa comes. After X-mas we'll have New Year's Eve, which is also a great happening. And then the long and boring month of January follows,

Tumblewords: said...

Special seafood - it all looks so wonderfully tasty!

Mr Puddy said...

WoW ! Lot of Seafood ...You make me hungry right now : )

EG Wow said...

That's what I call FRESH! :)

Mara said...

Bit hard to take with me as a souvenir though. I can't imagine what the customs people would say when they open my suitcase and find a big old lobster in there!

Gigi Ann said...

That's a lot of seafood. I love Shrimp, anyway that I have ever tried them. Love the pictures of all the seafood, now I'm hungry.

MorningAJ said...

Wouldn't mind a share of that!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Fantastic post! I LOVE seafood. This reminds me of my frequent visits to family in Portugal. I stay at my mother's and one of the highlights for me is shopping for fresh fish from early that morning and local produce.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Ok Kay :)
questa è veramente una grande e bella tavolata di pesce !!!
Se fossi stata lì, avrei avuto l'imbarazzo della scelta per quanto questo pesce è meraviglioso !!!
Buona giornata :)
Myriam

Leslie: said...

My Mom and Dad used to travel to Spain frequently, but in the area of Malaga. Mom learned how to make paella and whenever there was a special occasion, we'd be there enjoying the dish.

sm said...

great shots
S for seafood

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's worth getting behind on reading my favs to get to scroll through a few days worth of your posts-- going from this week in bright yellow and then deep snow to today's look back to yummy seafood in sunny Spain. Yummm.

Look forward to another tour next week (I'll be away for a few days)....

Willa said...

OMG!!! Fresh SeafoodSSSS, why they don't have it here in Canada?

Paula Scott said...

Sign me up for shopping for seafood in Spain! Especially the shrimp!! How delectable it all looks.

Mom vs. the boys said...

oh yuckers seafood, that's a lot of seafood!

Hildred and Charles said...

What a great market, - colourful and delicious.

Beverley Baird said...

Great choice for S! I love seafood - you sure had your pick there! I remeber shopping in the harbour in Vancouver!

Powell River Books said...

I love seafood, especially crab, shrimp and lobster. We get our share of the first two here in Powell River. Our first try and prawning was a disaster. We caught two prawns. The next night we put the trap out. Don't know if we angered a commercial prawner or if we set it too deep. It was no where in sight the next morning. - Margy

Barbara said...

I wouldn't eat them but the pictures look great!

jabblog said...

You couldn't ask for the wrong thing there!!

Gattina said...

Wait for me ! I come with you ! that looks delicious !

gone to the dogs said...

I love Seafood. Yum!

Maple Leaf Mommy said...

Oh that look so yummy. I'm salivating...

Ebie said...

Kay, these huge and fresh shrimp are great for the Spanish dish Paella.

Hahaha, I do not know how to make the authentic, but I can improvise.

But I will watch out with my cholesterol....

Francisca said...

Seafood is a Super S post, Kay... I've been so drowning in work I can't even remember what my S post was... :-D

Kay said...

All that seafood reminds me of Japan.