guest post: Apples and Oranges from bliss in a teacup.

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Hello! Becka here from Bliss in a Teacup stopping in for a little guest post today. With Spring here and Summer just around the corner I’ve started getting rather excited fruit stalls and farmers market’s. We have a winter market here in Vancouver, but there is something about browsing stalls outside or stopping at a roadside stall with an honour box that makes the whole experience that little bit sweeter, you know?

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More often than not I find myself buying fruits and veggies that I might never have even heard of, just because I can’t resist all the fantastic colours, shapes and smells. There’s little better than carrying home bags and baskets packed full of fresh fruit and cut flowers, don’t you think?

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For more Farmer’s Market inspiration I’d suggest going to take a peek at Bugheart’s fabulous Polaroid set, over here!

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Image credits: 1. monitorpop, 2, highvoltageilene, 3. dinner and drinks, 4. little brown pen, 5. monitorpop, 6. little brown pen, and 7. monitorpop.

Comments
15 Responses to “guest post: Apples and Oranges from bliss in a teacup.”
  1. the organic patatoes sign is just perfect :)

  2. Jessica says:

    such a lovely post!

  3. Amy says:

    great post becka! gorgeous pics – those radishes are wonderful…

  4. Maria says:

    Thanks for a tiny piece of nostalgia today. Since I moved away from Grand Rapids, MI one of the things I miss the most is the Fulton Street Farmer’s Market! Thanks for the great pic.

  5. Tod says:

    beautiful pictures!! gets me all excited for spring… and picnics! i love picnics! thanks for sharing!!
    xoxo
    tod

  6. s h e r r y says:

    I think photos of produce is always super fresh and fun!

  7. Michelle says:

    So gorgeous! Farmers Markets are my favorite.

  8. kelly ann says:

    oohh, gorgeous! all of these yummy fruits and veggies are making me hungry! ;)

  9. I feel like I was at the farmer’s market with you! Your photography is beautiful, and the picture with the radishes (?) pink, red, and white would make a beautiful mural in someone’s office. :o)

  10. Lolo says:

    Those are amazing photos.
    I can’t wait for summer to kick in here so I can properly enjoy the local farmers market.
    thanks for the link to the polaroid series too. lots of great shots to look through there!

    http://www.loloholmes.tumblr.com

  11. Hilary says:

    I got so excited there for a second. Fulton Street Farmer’s Market is my hometown market!! I thought it was a post about that market…

    I love farmer’s markets, Fulton Street is one of my absolute favorites.

  12. Beautiful! Reminds me of our local Farmer’s Market which now, I can’t wait to visit!

  13. What vibrant and beautiful images! The farmers market in downtown Charleston, SC has started up for the season, and after what was supposed to be a quick walk through for veggies, I wound up with armfuls of wildflowers–they were too beautiful to resist!

  14. What a color! The explosion of the light hues of roses is just too charming! And those vegetable burning with solid tints and neons are an added sight. Nice.

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