Week 17: It’s Big

Pike’s Place Market overlooks the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle. The Market opened in 1907, and is one of the oldest continually operated public farmers’ markets in the U.S. It’s nine acres of a raucous overload of color and clatter, from the famous fishmongers to the Asian florists to the produce vendors and everything in between. It was a photographer’s candy store. And the home of Big Ass Grapes.

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