I always enjoy walking through the markets of other countries. The vivid colors of varied produce and food stuffs that vary from country to country. The kind of markets that are set up by locals for locals, and not for tourists.
The Centenary Farmer's Market was one of the places I visited on my first day in Bhutan. It was built in 2008 to celebrate the coronation of the fifth king of Bhutan and 100 years of monarchy. It is also the largest market of its kind in Bhutan.
Walking through the market, your eyes are delighted with the bright red color of peppers, the various arrays of yak cheese while listening to the locals speak in a foreign tongue. Making the universal gesture for, "Can I take your photo?" I managed to capture this seller in his Gho, the traditional and national dress for men in Bhutan. I'm actually kinda surprised how well this photo turned out - the natural lighting, the pose, everything just worked - especially considering that I spent probably 10 seconds max from gesturing to capturing and moving on.
A Bhutanese man sells food in the Centenary Farmer's Market.