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APhoto of the Day — 8/17/07

AP Photo/Ted S. Warren

Marlys Erickson of the Pike Place Market Foundation pushes a decorated pig past market stalls Friday in Seattle as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the public produce market, which features a bronze statue of a pig as its mascot. The market was born on Aug. 17, 1907, when farmers pulled horse-drawn wagons to sell their crops directly to the public. You write the cutline.

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