I've not been taking a ton of photographs this summer, so I've gotten very few of the bounty I've been reaping from the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share I get from Maude's Market in Dutchtown, here in south St. Louis. But above are a few of the greens and yellows that have crossed my plate this summer.
And the season's nearly over! Next week is the last pickup of the summer. The autumn CSA begins October 5.
I've gone on and on about the CSA here on the blog. You can see some of my posts here for a sampling of some of the awesome goodies I've gotten and an overview of how the CSA works.
But, even better information is available from Maude's Market itself. Check it out here. Not too late to sign up for next season! And I urge you to. It's fun!
I especially like documenting things that are rarely seen or are disappearing. The design sensibility of days gone by tends to make me swoon, as do rural Midwestern landscapes. I primarily use digital cameras, although I do have a great fondness for toy cameras and Polaroids, and use those as well. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work!