Fall is the best time at the Farmers Market. It seems like the colors are just all that much more vibrant. Seldom am I there with more than my cell phone to capture pictures. Last weekend was the Scott Kelby's World Wide Photo Walk (WWPW) for 2016. The walk I participated in started off just outside the market area. So I was able to stroll through the market and get some shots on my big camera. I did notice that there weren’t as many floral options as in the past autumn visits.
Some of the produce on display was ready to be used for Halloween décor, like the gray pumpkins and ashen toned squash (at least I think they were a form of squash).
Across the street from the market, I captured some shots of spooky window displays.
Then it was off to join up with a group of photographers for the WWPW and to spend the next two hours photographing along the American River. More on that in my next post.