Peaches, cabbages, and cauliflower are some of the produce in these rich, painterly watercolors of the Highland Park Farmers Market.
Macro shots of juicy peaches from the Highland Park farmer’s market
The Highland Park Farmer’s Market is over for the season, but the memories of apples and pumpkins remain.
One can buy organic lettuce, parsley, purple cauliflower and broccoli at the Highland Park Farmer’s Market.
Review with green apples, red apples, red and green apples, Factual Friday, Antwerp, Emily Dickinson, bassoon player, and a Korean veteran
The farmer’s market in Highland Park has beautiful, colorful flowers and ripe, red tomatoes.
Peaches are beautiful to behold as well as eat. Can I have my peach and eat it, too? Tomatoes are also in season.
Tomatoes at the Highland Park Farmer’s Market are depicted in this image concocted using the Live Trace tool in Adobe Illustrator.
Radishes, tomatoes and lettuce photos from the Highland Park Farmer Market; a raspberry from our backyard, ripe and ready to be picked; a new Ruby Tuesday badge
Every Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the summer and early fall there is a farmers market in Highland Park. You can buy organic parsley, lettuce, beets and kale; sugar plums and peaches; flowers and corn.