A Feast for the Eyes: Colors of the Farmer’s Market

by Sage Brousseau.

Visiting the farmer’s market gives me a greater appreciation for the natural world. Every week, every season, a cornucopia of amazing colors and textures provided by Mother Nature herself! If you’re like me, you were raised on iceberg lettuce and cellophane-wrapped supermarket “tomatoes” (equally bland in flavor as they are in appearance) and you never knew that purple peppers and yellow tomatoes existed outside of fairy tales. It wasn’t until I was introduced to the farmer’s market that I realized that there was truly a rainbow of colorful foods beyond candies and sweets.

Click here to see more colors of the farmer’s market.

Sage Brousseau is a photographer, gardening dabbler, and lover of local art and local food. Born and raised in Massachusetts, she’s called the South Shore home for over 10 years. Sage shows her photography in the Boston area with recent exhibits at Panopticon Gallery, Atlantic Wharf Gallery, and the Dillon Gallery at the South Shore Arts Center in Cohasett. www.sagebrousseau.com


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The South Shore and South Coast has been home to hunting, gathering, fishing, farming––and great eating––for over 10,000 years. We are committed to identifying, devouring, and sharing all that Southeastern Massachusetts has to offer today and preserving local options for future generations.
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2 Responses to A Feast for the Eyes: Colors of the Farmer’s Market

  1. hippyma says:

    Beautiful pics, gorgeous colors!!

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