Fall Textures

gourds, pumpkins

Fall Textures.

I love to visit the local produce auction located just north of our home. After each visit there, I feel uplifted by the fragrances, colors and variety of offering the farmers bring to sell. The buyers and sellers reflect the range of produce and flowers sold. It truly is an enjoyable place.

I am inspired by the cadence of the auctioneers as I roam around the spacious grounds photographing various shots. The vivid fall colors and the crazy textures of these gourds and pumpkins particularly caught my eye.

“Fall Textures” is my Photo of the Week.

© Bruce Stambaugh 2015


Filed under food photography, Photo of the Week, photography

2 responses to “Fall Textures

  1. Bonnie

    How can anything so ugly be so Beautiful. Just watched a movie about how so much produce is tossed aside and wasted because it doesn’t look – PERFECT and won’t sell in the grocery stores because the consumer is looking for perfection. I think a produce auction would be a great place to go to, I’m sure they don’t have them in our area.


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