Monday, August 20, 2012

Mango vendor/Our World-Tuesday


A mango vendor at the open field near Quirino Grandstand in Manila.  Fresh green Indian mango is a popular snack, usually paired with shrimp paste (bagoong).  Indian mango is smaller, pudgier and less intensely flavored variety of mango---it's not as tart/sour as the green Philippine mango.

Linking to Our World-Tuesday

12 comments:

Judy SheldonWalker said...

Sounds interesting. My daughter loves mangoes.

lotusleaf said...

Mouth-watering! Mango season is over in India :(

Pieces of Sunshine said...

I've never eaten green mango but I do love ripe mango.

Leena said...

Thank you for your visit my blog!
Mangoes as all fruits of the warm areas are not here so taste because they are picked up as raw and carried a long way to our northern country.
I would like to taste your mangoes :)

Carmel Cole said...

would love to buy some of those mangoes. sorry for the l8 visit, hope you could visit my Blue Monday here: http://www.memorylanebymel.com/memory-lane-monday-27-clinton-square-park-travels-at-syracuse-part-1/

Hanne Bente said...

Beautiful picture you show.
Thank you for visiting storming blog.
Wish you a good day :)
Hanne Bente

ladyfi said...

Oh, I love mango! Lovely shot.

Hazel said...

My all-time fave. And yes, bring on the bagoong! :D

Tito Eric said...

I prefer the very yellow and ripe Indian Mangoes, but for salad, the green ones.

Splendid capture.


Cheers, Luna!

lorik said...

Very lush green place. And I love mangoes! Thank you for visiting:)

Kalantikan said...

Hi Luna, i love the scene, the composition and the grasses swaying with the wind. I wonder why people are few now here! Unusual!

docgelo said...

luna, i love how you captured the photo. the lines are crisp! (naks, akala mo naman may alam sa photography ako, hahaha!) seriously, i liked it!