Saturday was a mitt and scarf day at the farmers market. Early spring and late fall markets are my favorite. Cool mornings. Changes in seasons. All that stuff.
This man is a regular shopper. Always walking with a purpose. Always getting his business done and getting back to his job at one of the local restaurants downtown. I think he is a baker. But I could just be making that up.
Friendly hat wearers, colorful jams and jellies, and excellent greens were other things I spotted this weekend.
I never know what I am going to take pictures of at the market. But I know it when I see it. A cute girl toddler in pony tails and a hat wearing boy toddler looking for something in his mom's pocket both caught my eye this week.
And of course the flowers. They always need to be photographed. Karen had peach, red, and pink dahlias in her bouquets this week.
I passed by all of them and went for the yellow/red combination dahlia. Maybe because it had a sunflower and that super cool reddish purple feathery stuff in the bouquet as well. All I know for sure is I bought it first and walked it back to the car before I did the rest of my shopping.
Some weeks I am okay tempting fate. Other weeks I like to play it safe.