Best markets in London picture gallery from iWitness24

16:56 16 February 2012

Broadway market in east London. Photograph by Jas Bhabra via iWitness24

Broadway market in east London. Photograph by Jas Bhabra via iWitness24

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Take a look at this fantastic gallery of pictures from iWitness24 contributor Jas Bhabra showing some of his favourite markets around London.

Jas, who takes great pleasure from being a tourist in his own city, said the markets he has photographed are full of life, characters and interest.

He particularly enjoys visiting Camden Town, Greenwich, Portobello Road, Covent Garden, Brick Lane, Spitafields, Columbia Road and Broadway markets.

Do you share Jas’s fondness for London’s markets? Which are the ones you go to most? Add your comments below.

Also, visit London.iWitness24.co.uk to see a lot more wonderful photos of London which have been sent in.

While you’re there, you can sign up quickly and easily to start sharing your own pictures whether they are photos of markets or anything else interesting you’ve spotted around the capital.

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