The Agoncillo Public Market begins to open its doors in the wee hours of the day.
The fish tubs brim with the catches of the day which are about to be transferred to the market’s stalls and onto the kitchens of the locals.
The animated vendors attend to Agoncillians who have work early in the morning, or to mothers and fathers looking to serve fresh produce for the day’s meals.
The morning sun starts to shed a warm light on the place’s roofs, on the walls, and on the smiles of the vendors and their frequent customers.
The market’s high ceilings make up for good ventilation and the vendors keep the day steady, functional, and economic by providing essential products for the Agoncillan.