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Photohunt: Tied

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Farmer's market

This week's photohunt is tied. Nothing much came to mind with this theme. I found these recent pictures from the Ballard Market with tied bunches of green onions that I liked. I also played around with it and did a little photoshop modification. It is subtle but I like using the Poster edges tool.

Have a great weekend.

Farmer's market

Farmer's market
Tied bunches of carrots

Farmer's market
Busy day at the market

Comments (17)

Very nice photos. Shopping at the farmer's market is so much fun and it's a great place to take photos. I like that modification too and also the orange of those carrots.

Hope you have a nice weekend.

YTSL:

The produce looks great. Hope you got some and that they were delicious! :)

What a healthy take on the theme :)

I played too :)

Very nice. What is it about a stack of fresh veggies displayed in a market that just gets my taste buds going? :v)

Very creative photos!! Love it. Here's mine: http://elinorandedward.blogspot.com/

Lisa:

Ballard in Seattle? :-)

Lovely photos -- mine's up, too.

What gorgeous produce. I'm doing a dish with green onion in it for tomorrow, and I can't wait to eat it!

BTW My PhotoHunt entry is up, hope you can drop by!

Poster edges made the whole thing look like a poster. I'll have to remember that next time I want a poster look. Hey, it happens now and then. Last time I tried "posterize" or something and it didn't work for beans.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Marta, great photos and take on this week's theme. I would not have thought of tied up veggies. The Photoshop Poster edge tool is pretty cool. I liked seeing the market photo too. It does look busy.

Have a great weekend!

Barb Cabot:

Love those farmers markets and those veggies look good.

This is a very creative take on the theme this week. I think it will be fun seeing what everyone came up with this week. I am going to have to give the Photoshop Poster edge tool a try (if it is in elements also). Thanks for the tip.

Good take on the theme, Marta. I like the effects you added to he green onion bunches.

Great looking produce. I like shopping for local produce at the farmer's market but never thought of bringing my camera.

Happy weekend!

Thank you for visiting my blog. The roots on the leeks look a little like the fringe on my rug!
Great idea for this photohunt-theme challenge.
Best wishes
Christina Wigren (Anna)

Great shots.

Sadly the farmers markets here are shutting down for another year. How sad. I will miss my Saturdays wandering about picking out fruits and vegetables for the upcoming week. It just isn't the same in a big supermarket.

nancyhol:

Nice photos, Marta!

these veggies are the reason why we should all support farmers market

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