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Labor Day Weekend at the Birmingham Farmers' Market

Sunday was a perfect 70 degree, sunny day at the Birmingham Farmers Market which attracted the usual crowd of locavores, beautiful babies and children, and a variety of well-behaved dogs. Not to mention a wide selection of fresh produce from within a couple of hours' drive from Birmingham.Visitors were treated to jazz vocals by Sheila Landis.

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Listen Here to Sheila Landis

Market Master Richard "Cousin Don" Hobson is a familiar sight at the Birmingham Farmers Market every Sunday.
Market Master Richard "Cousin Don" Hobson is a familiar sight at the Birmingham Farmers Market every Sunday.

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kate 6 years ago

wonderful photos as always.......great market.What did you purchase???


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gposchman 6 years ago from San Francisco Bay Area

Farmer's Markets are great, a way to slow down, and enjoy shopping again.

Thanks for sharing.

Gene


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Ralph Deeds 6 years ago Author

Thanks for your comments.

Kate, We signed up for a weekly box of mixed in season vegetables from Blue Water Organics. (Confession: I also had a hot dog and diet Coke from Franks Anatra.)


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drcrischasse 6 years ago from NH/Foxboro

Awesome as usual.


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Harvey Stelman 6 years ago from Illinois

I don't care for veggies, but those are so colorful. Looks like a fair in the older days. H


H Ralph 6 years ago

Hey Ralph, only just now looked all the way through these fotos. Great shots. They remind me of my days in the French Quarter at the Farmers' market and before that in Rotterdam.


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Ralph Deeds 6 years ago Author

Thanks for your comment. I enjoy taking those kinds of pictures.

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