Sorry, this picture is not properly centered but I try not to offense people when taking photos and I shoot this one without aiming. This is another department store that has everything in plastic or metal for the house.
In the side street where the markets extends itself, stands, or I should better say lays the fashion shop. It has a wide assortment of dresses, at least a dozen. It has also top mannequins (I mean mannequins for the upper part of the body) that display blouses.
This shop, though also single storied, is much wider than the others. That must be the largest shop of the Vladimir market. Moreover, it has every commodities as it has its own garbage cans and not only one but three in a row.
Earthenware plates and glasses, is all what this lady has to sell ! She has perhaps also some cups with their small plate as one is on display, so may be she has others in her warehouse, I mean in the cardboard box. That makes anyway a very limited shopping.
A group of women seem to discuss hard about the price of onions (in the orange sack in the middle of the photo) or of tomatoes (in a cardboard, behind). An old man, in the foreground, on the left, keeps his yellow melons and a cardboard box of imported Bonita bananas. In the background, on the right, another woman tries to sell her watermelons.
This peasant, with an antique tractor IMI 539 DeLuxe has left his watermelons in his trailer. The scale to weight the watermelons is put directly in the dirt of the side road and, for his comfort, he has brought a nice blue plastic chair.
This hardware dealer seemed to have everything that could fulfill the needs of the local population : hammers, sickles, scythe blades, pruning shears, whetstones and more. He has found a special way to display his goods, on top of the hood of his car !
The market was scattered along the road. Local producers were here to sell a meager crop. This man was waiting under an umbrella, behind his car with a dozen of watermelons, a few yellow melons and a handful of tomatoes. He will not bring back much money home !