Dapples, dust, and shadows.
5:00 p.m. in the apartment.
Hope you’re not sick of my farmer’s market photos yet. :)
Beautiful food at the farmer’s market yesterday morning.
My interaction with this woman was really cute. She told me she thought I was trying to get a shot of something behind her, which explains why she initially kept trying to get out of my way as I simultaneously tried to photograph her flowers.
Went to the farmer’s market again, this time to take photos for the Oxford Visitor’s Bureau.
I think this is one of our last warm days before the chilly autumn weather really hits.
I’ve already posted a couple of these photos individually, but still couldn’t resist including them in this set. I realized yesterday just how many photos I have of Oxford children with face paint. It appears to be one of the more popular activities for them at the uptown events.
Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival.
At Friday’s Latin American and Caribbean UniDiversity Festival uptown.
Under the bridge. This was an interesting find at the Hueston Woods State Park.
(Despite the image being taken in a park, I still used the “street” tag. Certain elements—such as the cement and graffiti art—remind me of common street aesthetics.)
Exploring the Hueston Woods State Park.
Spotted Spiderman at the UniDiversity Festival uptown yesterday.
New “about” page photo/typical “self in mirror with camera” shot.
These are the last photos I’ll be posting from the Saturday farmer’s market. Hope you’ve enjoyed them. :)
More flowers at the farmer’s market.
Saturday morning farmer’s market uptown.
I took so many photos of this particular stand. The colors kept drawing me in.