Reflections on a Flea Market

Taken at the Folsom Blvd. Flea Market in Sacramento

Dinosaurs

Taken at the Folsom Blvd. Flea Market, Sacramento

Green

Taken at the Folsom Blvd. Flea Market in Sacramento.

What Is She Looking For?

Taken at the Folsom Flea Market in Sacramento.

Brown White

Taken at a nearby farmer’s market

Golden

Taken at a nearby farmer’s market

Yellow Green

Taken at a nearby farmer’s market.

Yellow Red Green

Taken at a local farmer’s market.

Red

Taken at a farmer’s market in Sacramento.

Yellow Blue Red

Taken at a nearby festival. This couple asking questions of the person at the Information booth seemed to be dressed in two of the three primary colors. The yellow flowers completed the trio of primary colors. I don’t often find this combination in street photography

Grey and Blond

Taken at a nearby festival. There were many interesting animals at the festival. This is a close up of a draft horse. There were two horses there. I believe that they are called a Stonewall Draft horse.

Green on Hand

Taken at a nearby festival. This is the hand of a wood carver. He carves small pieces of wood into bird wings. His hands indicate that he has been at this for quite sometime.

Red & Blond

Taken at a nearby festival. This was one of those chance shots that seemed to work. I did some cropping as I wanted a more focused photo.

Red Meat

Taken at a nearby festival. These big hunks of meat were barbecuing. An earlier photo uploaded my blog showed a person enjoying huge mouthfuls of cooked meat. He seemed to be enjoying it.

Running Red

Taken at a nearby festival. This was one of many steam engines that were at this festival. They popped, snorted and whirled.

Tan, Black and Reflection

Taken at a nearby festival. Hats of different styles and colors seemed to worn with abandonment at the festival. This one caught my eye first because of its weave and then the reflection in his glasses.

Red, Green, Yellow

Taken and eaten at a nearby festival. These bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches were cooking on a large grill. The double decker sandwiches were very good. Plus they were made from local products.

Rainbow Hoola Hoops

Taken at a nearby festival. There were colors everywhere at this festival, including spinning ones. These were waiting for someone to try to keep them spinning above waist level.

Rainbow Bubbles

More bubbles from a festival nearby. These bubbles are a creation of the BubbleSmith.

Rainbow Colors

Taken at a nearby festival. One of the fun things at the festival was Sterling the BubbleSmith. He was creating wonderful, huge and creative bubbles. I’ll try to add some additional photos later. Not an advertisement for him but if you want a splendid event for children and adults, you can contact Sterling Johnson at sterlingjo@earthlink.net