OK, so I know I tell you guys about my farmer’s market outings all the time, but I just can’t help sharing one more. There is so much color and vibrance in the produce – and the people – and I simply love to photograph the goings on. Now, in the height of the growing season here in Georgia, there is so much variety in the produce that it makes for a lovely sight. Enjoy!
Also, if you’ve joined me on Instagram, you know that I have an overabundance of blueberries… Suggestions?
I recently visited a new Farmer’s Market in my area: the Sewell Mill Community and Farmer’s Market in Bremen, Ga. There were several interesting vendors, and I enjoyed looking around, but honestly, I was much more interested in the old part of downtown Bremen where the market was located. I love small towns – they just have so much character, and often the oldest structures are the ones that catch my eye.
I often catch myself saying how glad I am that we live so close to Atlanta so that I can get to town for shopping and entertainment, and sometimes I forget how many lovely things there are just down the road. The Farmer’s Market communities are so friendly and, especially this time of year, there is so much color and liveliness there. Enjoy the view!