Marseille Fishmonger, Tough Customer

Marseille Fishmonger, Tough Customer

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Photo: ©mikki ansin 2011

Mikki says:

Buying freshly caught fish in the morning at the Marseille harbor. Tough customer. It’s all part of the game, or scene, or perhaps it’s in the DNA?

Mikki Ansin is a photojournalist and Francophile with a longtime love of all things French. She last tantalized us with her photo of Brittany almond croissants.

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