Wide-Eyed at Seattle’s Pike Place Market

On my photography outings, I’ve never used a variable wide angle as my only lens. The holiday season was a good excuse to visit Pike Place Market yesterday, which my wife and I would’ve done last week if it weren’t for the freezing temperatures. The closed-in, tight spaces of the market are ideal for wide-angle shots. The summer bounty of produce and flowers were long gone (as was the summer crush of tourists), but there were plenty of interesting subjects.

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DeLaurenti Specialty Food and Wine
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DeLaurenti’s butcher case
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For many, no holiday season would be complete without panettone from DeLaurenti
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Local Dungeness crab
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Alaskan king crab legs
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Pigs can fly
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Holiday “floral” arrangements consist of evergreens, berries, mums and dried flowers
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Rockfish (also labeled red snapper locally)
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Idaho golden trout
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Northwest truffles
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Local steamers
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Monk fish at Pike Place Fish Company occasionally ‘surprises’ unsuspecting customers
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Custom doggie toys
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Plenty of California produce to keep us going

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