Farmer’s Market Produce and Flowers (Photos July 2020)

Farmer’s Market Produce and Flowers (Photos July 2020)

Farmer's Market Produce and Flowers July 2020

We have not been going anywhere, accept Costco, the grocery store, and our weekly farmer’s market. I love the farmer’s market and always have. It is a sustainable way to eat– in season, buying local, with a lower carbon footprint, and having a relationship with who grows your food. It is a great way to be out with your community too. I can’t encourage you enough to frequent your farmer’s market. This month it has been the event of our week.

In this post, you can see photos of the produce I bought that were taken once we returned home, clustered as still life compositions. I approach buying produce at the farmer’s market like it is curating a palette of colors and flavors to play with that week. In addition to what is in these photos I buy at the farmer’s market two dozen eggs each week, and sometimes milk, goat cheese, salsa, or micro greens. Our own garden is starting to produce too!

Also, I include in this post photos of some flowers I oogled over (but did not purchase) at the farmer’s market this month. I love them all, but can’t justify buying any when we have so many in our own yard.

I hope this post wets your appetite to get your mask on an head out to your own local farmer’s market each week!



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  1. Diane W 4 years ago

    Gorgeous photos Polly! Can I ask if you are using a digital SLR or a small camera..I dont detect any distortion at all so thinking SLR…

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      Polly Castor 4 years ago

      I use a digital Canon EOS 70D but all the photos in this post were taken with my iPhoneX.

  2. John gregory 4 years ago

    Warm and wonderful message. Thanks.

  3. Beautiful photos. It is uplifting and energizing to see such bright, cheerful, healthy and fresh images. Thanks, I needed that!

  4. Patti 4 years ago

    Gorgeous photos. I’m impressed with the variegated Patty Pan squashes. Mine are coming soon, but plain yellow. They’re late because the chipmunks ate several seedlings so I needed to replant a few.
    Happy summer.

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