It was another beautiful Saturday at the Winter Farmers’ Market in Rollinsford, NH, with lots to choose from for holiday gift-giving — see set of photographs or slideshow.
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Your photos are stunning. This is my favorite market!
Thanks, E, it’s our favorite one also. All that natural light, especially early in the morning, makes it a joy to photograph. Come January, the markets are my not-so-secret cure for Seasonal Affective Disorder…
A winter farmer’s market, how fortunate and what a display. I can see myself buying and buying and buying, then arriving home with all the purchases and wonder: “what was I thinking???” Beautiful photos.
I’m same as you, Norma, the array is irresistible! I try to find something new to try at each market, whether it’s a new ingredient or buying from a different farmer, and this week’s discovery was komatsuna.
That’s awesome to have a winter’s farmer market with so much variety. And its also great that they accept EBT, more farmer’s markets need to do that so everyone can afford fabulous fresh veggies.
Thanks so much for your comments! I’m on the board and we’re very excited to be able to offer SNAP/EBT — it increases access to fresh, healthy food and contributes to a resilient local economy!