The last of my shots from a very productive afternoon photographing in and around Borough Market in the heart of London. I was blessed with a beautiful late winter’s sunshine day. It almost felt like spring. I was amazed by the variety of produce from all over the world that was for sale. The guy who ran the tomato stall told me his produce was mainly from Spain but there were also varieties from Kenya and Uganda. The cheese shop specialized in cheeses mainly from right here in the UK but there were also varieties from France and Italy. The shop had a very heady aroma of fresh cheese. I wish however that we would all turn to produce grown right here in the UK and that we all ate seasonal vegetables. It would help our farmers no end and reduce the food miles of expecting to be able to eat everything all year round. Predictably the cost of all this pristine veg is eye waveringly high. I bought a kilo of heritage tomatoes and it cost me £6. I know these stall holders probably pay sky high prices for their pitches which influences their prices but I’m not convinced it’s a market where I would shop everyday for my fresh vegetables.