Whatever country you are in, I think most people would agree, that the local markets are great places to explore and photograph. When I arrived at Banjul’s Royal Albert Market our taxi driver found a local guide to take us round. There’s huge variety of goods for sale here from smoked catfish to second-hand bras! Many people, especially in the local markets, do not like having their photographs taken. So I asked my guide to find people who didn’t mind having their photograph taken and to explain that I couldn’t pay any money for this.
When Tom Warburton visited Brikama market he had a better trick up his sleeve that ensured he got lots of great portraits of people. Check out his post on A visit to Brikama market to find out more.
Although I have worked for The Gambia Experience, the sponsor of this trip, since 2005, I will always give you a completely honest opinion throughout my #BlogGambia posts, just as I would any other sponsored trip or review. My only bias, which I hope you will forgive me for, stems from my having fallen in love with The Gambia many years ago.