Photos From The Farmer’s Market: Early Autumn 2010

October 11th, 2010 - filed under: The Food » Food and Health

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place . . . I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
~ Elliott Erwitt

Ahhh, autumn, I do so love you though you insist on muddying up my market. It’s true, you come bearing gourds and leafy greens . . . but you also bring drizzle and dank and I’m always caught unawares.

Case in point, this past Saturday:

Umbrella-less and looking like a drowned rat.

But it’s okay autumn, I forgive you. I know you don’t mean any harm. And I think that Waits quite enjoyed the sprinkling. Anyways, how could I hold it against you when you’re responsible for these . . .

Happy harvests and all my autumn lovin’!

  • Rea

    Omigosh! Waits is soooo big!

  • Anastasia

    These photos are so gorgeous. I’m lovin’ the boots you’re wearing too!

  • Sayward

    @ Rea – I know it’s crazy right??!

    @ Anastasia – Thanks! The produce is sooo gorgeous this time of year. =)

  • Meghan

    That must be an expensive artichoke!

  • Annie

    It’s looks really lovely… But here in the Southern Hemisphere, I can SMELL the summer coming and I am waiting to be delighted with stone fruit, late sunsets and bbq.
    Of course in about 4 weeks I will be whining about sweat and sunburn and mosquitos. But for now, bring on the 42 (107 F) degree days! Ok, maybe not *that* hot, the past three heatwaves broke their own records and we were all considering moving to the mountains.
    But, yes, lovely markets! I will super jealous when all can bear to eat is frozen watermelon!

  • Alisa

    Looks beautiful! I love visiting farmer’s markets in the fall! There is so much variety! I just blogged my farmer’s market trip too!

  • Melissa

    Sayward, your photographs are just soooo gorgeous! The colors and textures captured so nicely. Thank you.