Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Bouquets!

Many different kinds of bouquets can be carried around during Farmers Market days. (All these were taken last Saturday, July 21, but somehow I can't seem to be able to change the date--try as I may!)

19 comments:

  1. Great bouquets, especially the pup in the baby pack.

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  2. I love farmer's markets. Some happy faces in your photos.

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  3. They look good, I hope that they were a good buy.

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  4. tres bonne idee de montage, sympathique que tous ces gens se soient laisser prendre en photos. bravo


    very good idea of assembly, sympathetic nerve that all these people are to let take in photographs. cheer

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  5. Don't let Abe see these! You know he's a bit dark on cut flowers.
    Re the date
    Go to Picasa, select the folder, click "Folder" and "Edit" and edit the description there

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  6. Nice composition and beautiful bouquets!
    They seem to enjoy themselves greatly, good for them!
    Have a fine Wednesday, Kate!

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  7. WoW...some really wonderfully captured shots in the collage!

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  8. Interesting photograph, Kate.

    Nice that you have such a farmer's market.

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  9. Kate, I had tried the same this morning with two chapel photographs and couldn't lose the date either. I like yours tho - 9 photos is great and a marvellous way of giving shots of a Farmer's Market.

    You know the one I love - the guy with the dog!

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  10. Lovely bouquets. I like your yesterday's post so much. I wish I have one room like that full of books.

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  11. So, these are all bought from farmers around St.Paul, selling them on a market? A special event or a regular event?

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  12. For those who were wondering: The Farmers Mkt. in St. Paul has vendors that live withina 70 mile radius of the city--no further,which then eliminates
    products from Guatemala (which Minneapolis allows incidentally), andalso guarantees that all products are indigenous: cheese, meat,vegetable, plants, flowers, clothing (made by senior citizens), herbs,soap, bread and bakery goods, fruit, and lots of other "goodies". The bouquets are standard throughout the season, and the market is open downtown on Saturdaysand Sundays. There are also satellite markets throughout the city and suburbs during the week. I visit almost every Saturday whether I need
    something or not so my refrigerator is bulging throughout the summer. Heaven!!

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  13. Also in Mumbai1:23 PM

    You can change the date if you go to edit and at the bottom of the page it will say post options. If you change the date listed there and repost it should correct it at least oon your blog site.

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  14. Really nice set of photos, and nicely presented. I love the guy with the dog.

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  15. what a nice way to showcase the farmer's market, and the buildings in the background are perfectly telling the story--the farmers have come to the city people!

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  16. A great collection of photos and blooms, the little doggy included. Farmers markets are one of the true joys of summer.

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  17. I'm just about to go out and photograph a similar market in South Shields Kate, keep your eyes open!

    South Shields Daily Photo

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  18. This is a great idea for a portfolio of photos, Kate.

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  19. Lotsa beautiful flowers and people in this picture! =)

    You always take good people shots!

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