Saturday, October 4, 2008

Autumn Flowers at the Village Market

Yikes! Something went wrong with the first shot. (Seriously--it was flash that went off and made the whole picture weird, so I reshot it.) But I used it anyway, because it looks sort of cool in a garish kind of way. The second one is the "real" one-looks more like the flowers really looked. And the third--more flowers at the Village Market. You can tell it is fall when they are selling mums and flowering cabbage.

I walk there every day from home, it's an 18-minute walk round trip most days. I feel very "continental" shopping daily for my food, and it's very fresh and good and uses much less gasoline, better for the environment.

11 comments:

brian said...

i like the way the colors turned out in the first one!

Marie said...

I like the first one too. Sometimes what we consider failed is just a work of art! :() Bon dimanche,

JM said...

Beautiful flower shots! Glad you have posted the 1st one beacuse I really like it. Super eye-catching!

babooshka said...

They are just beautiful images.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thank you so much Brian, Marie, jm, and babooshka. Even though it was an accident, I posted it because I did like it. :-D

Kris said...

I really like all three shots. Thanks for including that first ‘mistake’, as it actually makes a very interesting counterpoint to shot number two. Actually, I really like the shot in and of itself!

Dick said...

The colors are nice you have created a new plant. lol

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks so much Kris and Dick! Sweet of you. Fun new and very bright plant, LOL!

Paula said...

Fantastic photos with some great colours. I love autumn flowers and I wish my husband shared in my fascination. Trying to get my husband to buy me some flowers is like hitting my head against a brick wall hehe.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Oh dear, Paula, I hope he buys you some flowers. My husband is almost TOO GOOD and will buy me almost anything I want.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I don't know where to leave a return comment, Paula.