City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

CD pirates part II

I started taking photos of CD stalls a wile ago, this one is very popular and to my knowledge the cheapest one in the city so it had to be included in my photo collection.

What do you listen at the moment on your ipods, CD players, radio…?


Anonymous kris said...

ooh, paradise for me! i dont recall we have such a stall here

funny you were to ask, in my player now is "hungarian language learning" ;)

26 October, 2006 10:14  
Blogger Olivier said...

cela ressemble beaucoup au marches aux puces à paris.
pour l'instant dans mon lecteur cd, j'ecoute un groupe francais "les tetes raides"

that resembles much the steps with the chips with bets. for the moment in my reader Cd, I listen to a French group “the stiff heads”

26 October, 2006 10:39  
Blogger Kala said...

i wish we had a stall like that hehe Anyway, I listen to all kines but right now, I am not listening to anything b/c I'm too caught up with work and school and coaching but I am pretty open to all kines of music.

26 October, 2006 11:04  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

ohh are the CDs all illegal copies?

26 October, 2006 12:30  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thanks all for stopping by.

Zsolt72 - yes all the copies are pirates.

26 October, 2006 13:01  
Blogger Kate said...

Love this shot; there's something about the controlled "clutter" that's very appealing.

26 October, 2006 15:05  
Blogger Emmanuel.K.Bensah II said...

Jazzy--am here:-)) hope you're well.

I like the stall...for pirated CDs, that's a pretty neat way of presenting them!:-) I would just buy it for the manner in which it has been laid out!

26 October, 2006 15:07  
Blogger Alex said...

Very intersting shot.
I agree with Olivier. It really looks like the French flea market.
I guess the running shoes are also copies...
There is a detail I really love in your picture, which is the paving stones. THey are lovely.

26 October, 2006 19:54  
Blogger selana18 said...

So nteresting and I like your question so much.Right now I am on my kitchen and I am listening a spanish group called Migala.

26 October, 2006 21:32  
Blogger Owen said...

Olivier, I can't believe you - a Frenchman I assume - could tolerate "the steps with the chips with bets" as a translation for the "Marche aux Puces" in Paris! Don't you realise these automatic translation services are our Anglo-Saxon plot to destroy the rest of the world's cultural heritage?

27 October, 2006 00:19  

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