Farmer’s Market Love
One of my favorite things in the world is a farmer’s market. There is nothing more beautiful than fresh seasonal produce and fruit. Not to mention the feeling of being able to support local farmers and businesses.
Ok, maybe there is…photographing them. Hope you enjoy these long overdue photos from my farmer’s market adventures this summer!
Now, if that doesn’t make you just want to get into the kitchen and start cooking, I don’t know what will. And on that note…that is exactly what I will do. ‘Til next time!
Happy Sunday & Happy Cooking!
11 Comments on “Farmer’s Market Love”
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Thanks girl! I think I spent more time taking pictures than buying anything there. Actually, maybe thats a good thing now that I think about it 😉
Thanks Sarah! I didn’t see that you were training to be a nurse as well–that’s so exciting. It definitely seems like it will be a lot of hard work, but it’s great to hear that you are loving it. And you’re also from England! We seem to have a lot in common.
Thanks for stopping by and saying hi!
Oh I loooove these shots! I definitely agree with you and Jean, it’s so hard NOT to take pics whenever I’m at a farmer’s market. I think the heirloom tomato shot is my favorite…
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love the look of yours. I was just reading your about page and that you’re starting your nursing training next year. I’m half way through my training to be a registered nurse. It’s hard work but I really love it and hope you will too. And, like you, I’ve already got a degree but mine was in Theology and Religious Studies.
Looking forward to reading more of your blog 🙂
I love farmer’s markets too. You take amaaazing photos, by the way. With all the colorful fresh produce, I find myself taking tons of photos too when I’m at my local one.
Thanks for the compliments Jean! Means a lot. It definitely is hard to pry the camera away from my hands when I’m at one 😉
Farmer’s markets just make me smile, in general. I totally agree with that challenge! Love it.
You’re the sweetest Sophia! Now can you move back here, so we can hang out? Thanks 🙂
Seriously, you make DC so much cooler. And not just because you live in it! 😉
I agree – farmer’s markets are so inspiring! There’s nothing but fresh, whole foods and a world of possibilities…I challenge anyone to go shopping in one and come home and make dinner out of a box!