13 September 2011

Ferry Building Farmer's Market

I went to the ferry building farmers market one Saturday a few weekends ago before work. It was amazing, I loved every minute of it and everything that was being sold. These are only a few shots, tried to narrow it down a bit but I was really pleased with how the rolls of film came out. So enough words, just enjoy the photos:





















26 comments:

Steph (desserts for breakfast) said...

oh yes! these shots are so beautiful. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the one of the heirloom tomatoes.

legallydelish said...

Oh man. I love the Ferry Building. You captured it so well!

Natashia said...

I'm so hungry right now.. those beautiful images of bread are not helping :)

Jacqueline said...

so nice to discover another SF blogger/photog! these photos definitely show how pretty the ferry bldg's market can be. :)

Jessica said...

I am loving these two blog posts. Such beautiful photos! But I just have to say, I am also incredibly jealous of you amazing Farmers Market! I wish our market was half as great!

Peggy said...

JUST GORGEOUS! I am loving the food shots, and especially in their natural state. Lovely. Thank you for sharing and please, don't narrow it down at all.

Velvet said...

Wow!Everything looks so fresh and appetizing. Perfect for a cooking lover.

Thanks for sharing the pics.

Libby said...

Mmm. Dry farmed tomatoes are my favorite. The flavor is super concentrated and there are so many nutrients. Mmm. My favorite dry farmed tomato is a black russian cherry. It's sweeter when it is dry farmed opposed to regular irrigated farming.

All that aside, as always you have taken some beautiful photos.

Ashley said...

Beautiful photos! I love the Ferry building and the farmers market that they have on Saturdays. I stumbled upon it once during a visit. =)

Sue/the view from great island said...

What an amazing farmer's market---I want some hot chocolate and a blueberry scone! Ours are starting to wind down, but I'm going to keep going until the bitter end. Lovely photos.

Christina Topf-Boman said...

love the pastel tomatoes and of course the eggs!! Hmmm might need a picture for our kitchen! Nice work Julie!
c:)
ps. thanks for the yummy cupcakes for my birthday!! Decadent! The salted caramel was my favorite with the red velvet #2.

HomeCollection. said...

this is SO BEAUTIFUL !
congrats for these pictures!

kyleen said...

Beautiful shots. I especially like the one with the basket of croissants!

Mary said...

Julie, your photos are wonderful. You have a drop dead gorgeous blog and it is a pleasure to visit here. I really enjoyed the time I spent heret. I'll be back. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

maevdkrogt said...

your pictures are beautiful! i was just in san francisco earlier this summer and visited the ferry building but we were just too late, all the shops were closing. i'll have to go back!

jkd said...

I want to devour all of that bread and those scones. Great pictures- I really need to learn how to shoot film.

Y said...

Gorgeous pictures! Haven't seen such lovely market snaps in ages.

manon 21 said...

tout à fait magnifique.

Amicalement,

manon

jane said...

beautiful. the pastries at the ferry building are so delicious. well, now i think i'll have to go this weekend.

Michelle Schoeps said...

This is my dream come true - my favourite places are farmers Markets and your photo's are mouth watering. Love!

Katarina said...

Croissants got my attention the most! My God, they look so fresh, and i can't wait tomorrow morninig to get myself one :) Great idea for a post, anyway, market is always an interesting place. I always spent there all the money i bring with me :)

Hugs!

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Irene Kim said...

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Ally said...

I've never seen produce look so dreamy!
Only you...
xo
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Irene said...

Wow, that looks fantastic!

Caroline said...

My favorite place.