some emergent markets


50s | today by jhuang
June 13, 2010, 9:55 am
Filed under: Rome | Tags: , ,

We visited the American Academy in Rome the other day and found an archive of photographs by Georgina Masson from the 1950s.  These center around Campo de’ Fiori of course.  Juxtaposed next to them are photos from today, and even though they are not of the exact same view as the archival photo, they do give a sense of the change or lack there of.  The market today seems to have more people [tourists], inventory [more exotic], and commercial fervor.

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Thanks for sharing these photos. Sure does show the increase in customers and goods offered during the lapse of time.

Comment by Earl Brandon




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