Drybridge Market

Weekly Photo Challenge: “State of Mind”

This week’s photo challenge State of Mind is not one that I find easy. I can’t literally photograph my inner world. I can’t capture on camera the kaleidoscope of images in my mind. The girl in the picture below looks as though she is considering what to shoot next, a position I often find myself in.


My mind is often a weird mix of stuff like at Drybridge Market below.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Change

The question asked by the challenge this week was: “What does change look like to you?” To me, it is not the seasons changing but the small coins you get back at the market, when you pay too much. Here is a man browsing through some coins (change) in Drybridge Market, Tbilisi. This is one of my favourite places to take photographs, as you never know what you might find.



Here are some of the other interpretations of the theme: Change

Weekly Photo Challenge: Early Bird

I am not usually an early riser, “the early bird catches the worm” they say but I’m not fond of worms. I did get up early to take my granddaughter, Ana, to school, one day recently. Then I went to one of my favourite haunts, Drybridge market. At that time in the morning there are very few market traders, some are setting up.

Early morning at Drybridge Market

Early morning at Drybridge Market

Here we see that just one bouquiniste has opened up along the banks of the Mtkvari.

Early Bird

Weekly Photo Challenge: Symmetry

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symmetry.”

Symmet try


Dry Bridge over the Mtkvari River in Tbilisi. The bridge is roughly 160 years old, and it was designed by the Italian, Giovanni Scudieri. The best fleamarket in Tbilisi can be found on the bridge and surroundings: Drybridge Market