Falmouth holds an indoor Winter Farmer’s Market at the Mahoney Garden Center. It’s such a smart idea. There are several tables filled with an assortment of home grown or hand made goodies: everything from jams, chutney, baked goods, truffles, fruits, local veggies, wine, glass blowing, honey. I didn’t photograph that stuff.
A huge bonus is that it’s held in a gorgeous garden center, complete with exquisite flowers in bloom, all types of greenery and that wonderful earthy smell. It was intoxicating!
I did purchase organic, homemade dog biscuits for a friend’s pooches– bacon and liver, no preservatives. They look like Italian biscotti… and I’m soooo tempted to take a bite, but I won’t. The cranberry chutney also spoke to me and came home with us. The woman who made it had an entire table of preserves and pickled goodness…. and strawberry truffles. Ah!!!!
The Farmer’s Market was worth the visit, but the gorgeous cyclamen and orchids on display made my day. It’s a blast of sensuous color much needed on a gray, somewhat rainy Saturday.
You have a great photographic eye!
Bev, The flowers were so gorgeous that even Helen Keller would have taken good photos!
Great photos, Diane. They brighten my day!
Mary– I’m thrilled. Your photos stay with me all day!!!!
Your photos are beautiful. And I especially love the way your words capture how fully you savored the experience –
Thanks, Anne. Living on the cape brings out the best in me!!! Hope all is well with you and your gang.
now that’s the steady hand I was talking about…beauitful shots my friend….
Jean– the flowers don’t move as fast as the cats!!!! Glad you like the photos.