A friend of ours from Arizona wrote that he was going to Safeway to get his COVID booster. He said "I'm pretty sure it is being given by a guy in the produce department." So when Fred was emailed about his own appointment on Saturday at the Santa Fe Artists' Market just north of the Farmers' Market, we thought "Perfect!" He got his jab with an appointment and I got mine without. Two for one weekend special. And it gave me the opportunity to purchase some fresh veggies and do photography. What a deal!
As usual, the amount of food available at the Market is always astounding, and the vegetables, oh my. How delicious and photogenic they always are. Today's blog wraps up the harvest season before the snow flies, with a riot of color from the produce department. To set the scene, here is a shot of the north end of the Farmers' Market at the Railyard.
lovely Peruvian potatoes
beautiful blue, perhaps, Hopi corn
radishes and their wild roots
A farmers' market in New Mexico would not be complete without chile.
Thanks for your patience last week while I was trying to get my blog out via email rather than Zenfolio. The blog is now in Zenfolio if you want to take a look at it that way. Lisa, Jean & Sam, Wayne, Terry T., Ann A., Barbara F. R., Jim & Louise, Connie, Lucia, and Steve and Peggy commented despite the glitches and I thank you!
until next Monday,
a passion for the image©