Sunday, May 17, 2009

Farmer's Market Season Begins


It's that wonderful time of year when our local farmer's and specialty food vendors converge into one eye popping, mouth watering spectacle and bring us this....



and this...

and if that wasn't enough...

stop, please stop...
no event is complete without this...





why not wash it all down with a fine cup of this...



an armload of these to remember the experience...



it was a fine, people watching, picture taking, morning...

11 comments:

Jodi@SimplyThisThat n.. said...

We finally got sunshine! And what a beautiful day to enjoy the market! ooxx`jodi

Funky Junk Sisters said...

Your pictures are so great, makes me feel like I went with you.

Linda
Funky Junk Sister #2

littlebyrd said...

Those pastries! That's where I'd be hanging out!

Vestiges Storefront said...

Oh I love COCO & CO now I know where to go. Thank You!

brittany said...

laurie,
i love all your pictures. it sounds like the perfect way to spend an afternoon!

Karen said...

That looks like a lot of fun. I love the sign, too. Laurie, you're going to have to change your profile to living in the country with chickens, sewing machine, and camera! I've been thinking of doing Astoria Sunday Market, with my cardamom bread, but haven't quite committed to it LOL. Karen

Lana said...

Yummm! Everything looks wonderful!

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Cindy@Cutepinkstuff said...

Wow, your farmer's market is grand! Fresh veggies, fruits, flowers and chocolate = a bit of heaven! Thanks for stopping by my French Flea post!

Anonymous said...

Love your pics of Lake Oswego's Farmer's Market. Aunt Susie and I will have to check it out after church.
You have an amazing talent for pics, Lor. I so enjoy your amazing creativity!!
Also, love the pics of the Mallards. Are they nesting near your pond?

elk said...

oh how i enjoyed the sights of the farmers market here ~what a wonderful spot you have here to display your images
...
elk

Lisa @celebrate CREATIVITY said...

I love the Farmer's Market. Everything is so delicious looking in your shots. Great photos.