A Saturday of Artists, Farmers and Food Marketers
This was the first thing I saw as I entered the Farmer’s Market that is held every Saturday. Maybe you have seen purple cauliflower, but this is my first time. I thought it was pretty interesting, so I had to share.
Copyright T.Mora Photography
This child was cute while he watched the water dancing.
The kumquat area. This is another food that was not only my first time to see, but also to taste. They are like a little orange, but you can eat the peel also. It will give your mouth a sour and sweet excitement!
There are many local farmers and produce markets that come here to sell their vegetables. The produce is excellent and moderately priced.
Beautiful orchids, I don’t think there are any other words.
These various soaps are all hand made and they smell awesome! If I could attach a scratch and sniff area I would.
The pickling area.
The tantalizing pastry section. I did not have one of the bear claws, I had the ones next to it and they were full of chocolaty goodness!
This was one of the most friendly pups. The dogs love it just as much as us humans. But they are probably thinking, “when am I gonna get some food?”
This was a precious moment to be able to capture. A child experiencing life to the fullest being fascinated by the water.
Checking out the scenery, maybe he sees his true love!
This phrase just made my day “we will make your stomach smile!” I did not taste any of the food, but there were a lot of people waiting in line and it smelled tempting.
*Fresh Mushrooms * Dried Mushrooms *Grow at Home *Truffles & More
This was Bella, a dog who was blind from diabetes. We talked to the owners for a few minutes and they told us that she does not like high pitched voices of women. They also told us that the dog stroller she was in cost $150 used. You might think that to be extreme, but I call it love!
Hand crafted glass art.
These are roses hand made from wood. They were so beautiful! He was selling them 13 for $6.00. Artist’s name: Dennis L. Johnson
The next three photos are from Custom Canine Couch. All handmade creations for dogs. They hand make couches for dogs, if you really love your dog, you can get one for the bargain price of $250.00, they are huge! www.customcaninecouch.com
These are survival bracelets. I was interested to find out why they were called “survival”, so I checked it out. The description explained that you could take any of the strands that held these together apart and use them for an emergency while camping, fishing, etc. I thought that was useful and they were pretty stylish!
This fascinating gentleman is Tony Dee! He has been an artist since 1967(45 years to be exact!) I told him I was just thinking about being born, he smiled and rolled his eyes. The picture below is me, the first time I ever had a caricature done, it was neat and great to meet him!
Caricature Entertainment by Tony Dee-
This particular art booth is created by Terri Finethy, an artist who creates from recycled aluminum, wire and other materials. Her work is amazing and love how she mixes the aluminum with the colored beads and glass.
For more information on her work it’s Ocean Energy and Earthbound Art.
email address: email@example.com
We are just about to leave and decide to get a smoothie before we leave. One strawberry banana and one orange creamsicle please!!!! So yummy!
Last photo of the day: the awesome and entertaining reggae music. You can listen to the music while you enjoy a day of browsing, eating and relaxing. If you live in the Fort Pierce area, the market is held every Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have not been, and you would like a different Saturday adventure, come and check it out.