I live in Canada and was shocked to find the weirdest vegetables that actually look like art pieces from elementary school!Who else has weird vegtables or fruit to share?The following shown are actually part of the squash or pumpkin family and are totally hilarious to look at but are a favorite at Thanksgiving time and are used mostly for decoration purposes however people do eat this vegetable to!Who else has found weird fruit or vegetables that look like art from your childhood ha ha.... continue reading
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Spring is coming to the northern hemisphere, and with it, the farmer's markets will soon return in abundance. I'm so excited to be able to go out wander the markets, and the farms, and the roadside stands in the sunshine again collecting a rainbow of tempting and delicious fruits and vegetables, and to plan my meals around the fresh, locally grown produce in the prettiest and most vibrant colors that catch my eye and inspire the appetite. The lively shapes and textures and aromas are so... continue reading
I just started Dreamstime on August 26th and today, I hit 200 images online.I am so thankful to Dreamstime for helping me to be able to share my passion with others.Today's pictures that brought me to the 200 mark, were all editorial photos that I took in Downtown Madison, WI.Here's a few for you to look at... continue reading
In New Mexico your waiter will always ask "Red or Green?" ... you get the picture. (And yes, we do spell "chile" with an "e" in the Land of Enchantment.)"Chili represents your three stages of matter: solid, liquid and eventually gas." ~ from the TV show Roseanne"What is patriotism but the love of the food one ate as a child?" ~ Lin YutangFor more photographic musings, visit LaRoach: Microstock Photo Blog continue reading
How can you not smile when you see these luscious, just-picked cherries all in a row on a blue gingham table cloth! Viva la Farmer's Market!"Shipping is a terrible thing to do to vegetables. They probably get jet-lagged, just like people." ~ Elizabeth BerryFor more photographic musings, visit LaRoach: Microstock Photo Blog continue reading
It's time for the Farmer's Market. One of my favorite places to photograph, I always look for a local outdoor market when I'm traveling. And when I'm home - you'll find me at the Santa Fe Farmer's Market from the end of May through the end of October. With artfully displayed local produce, lively conversation and wandering musicians, the market is a great place to capture microstock images ... and people watch!Quotes of the day:"Did you ever stop to taste a carrot? Not just eat it, but taste... continue reading
The farmers market is a rich source of images.There are usually lots of interesting food, and if you are lucky you can find a nice editorial shot of people buying healthy food.Bring a fill flash, or a shade to block harsh sun.Also, bring some money and buy some tasty food to eat that evening. continue reading
The work of farmersIn a weekend afternoon, I went to the countryside with a camera. In the next to watch a vegetable farmers. This is a lush vegetables, green vegetables growing well and thriving. A woman, is to irrigate vegetables. I look at her, Danzhe buckets and watering his party and his party. On the green, sky blue sky and white clouds, farmers on the red clothes. Their work is hard. It is also their work, to meet the needs of urban residents. continue reading
It seems lately that I've come across a lot of photographers that are very, very modest about their work and don't want anyone else to see it for fear of another person not liking it.I work in advertising and PR in the agricultural industry and see this quite often.Especially from farmers who are hobby photographers, they are so modest that they let that get in the way with sharing their talents.I'm not sure how to approach some of these people to encourage them to display it or to purchase... continue reading
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