Monday, 14 January 2008

Peanuts Seller



Boiled groundnuts is one of my favourite snacks. Saw this man selling them while I was in my hometown, Melaka.
What are your favourite snacks?

Another scene of groundnut seller can be seen at Bangalore Daily Photo.

Added on 26 March 2008: Found Bogor Daily featured a Kacang Bogor Photo.

11 comments:

Anu said...

Here in Mumbai, the boiled groundnut and water chestnut seller is a common sight.
I love eating both of them.

Kate said...

Like the way you composed this photo with the nuts in the foreground. Very good photo!

Jackie said...

I agree with Kate, that's an excellent picture! I love your pictures of the curries from a few days ago as well, they made my mouth water!

Thanks for visiting Glasgow Daily Photo!

alicesg said...

I like the way you show the street scene. Very nice.

b.c. said...

great shot, has nice color and energy

Clarice said...

Mouth watering...

Ineke said...

Hi JC,

Love your everyday scenes that include humans :) I should do more with people too.

Thanks for stopping by Rotterdam DP recently. I have taken a lot of photo's from the car recently (while my husband was driving). I try not to get the windscreen or the hood in the way too obvious, but it also depends on the sun.

alexander said...

Very beautiful photos here!
I missed this sort of peanuts!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Thiên said...

YUM! I love peanuts. Have you ever had them boiled?

J.C. said...

I boil the peanuts for soup. But now with skin like this as snack. Too much of work. Ha ha...so whenever I see such peanut sellers, I would buy from them. Yum, yum! And healthy too!

alaya said...

thanks for the link.
it's my favorite snack too :)

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