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Friday Night Photos: 2008 Downtown Alliance Farmer’s Market in Salt Lake City

I’m wanting to improve my photography and friends who are good photographers advise me to take lots of photos, so I’ve been trying to take my camera with me everywhere. Sometimes the photos are things I think my blog readers might be interested in, so I thought it might be fun to start posting them once in a while. This first batch of pictures is from the Salt Lake City Farmer’s Market, held Saturday mornings at Pioneer Park from 8:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

A cute young vendor who proudly showed off her dad’s cheese.

Crumb Brother’s Bakery, where there was a big line for cinnamon rolls.

The friend I went with always likes the figs from Liberty Heights Fresh.

Really great options for gardeners who haven’t planted their herbs yet.

This farmer selling Tatsoi turned out to be
the father of a former student of mine!

Really wonderful looking peas, but I don’t remember
the name of the farm.

You can see my Farmers Market posts from other years by clicking the label Salt Lake City Farmers Market.
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    26 Comments on “Friday Night Photos: 2008 Downtown Alliance Farmer’s Market in Salt Lake City”

  1. Well, these pics are terrific, Kalyn. My fav though is the little girl. Great focus and lighting! I think you’ve got the touch.

  2. Wonderful photos, thanks!

  3. That photo of the little girl is a prize winner! Good job!

  4. Tanna and Barbara, thanks. I was slow to enter the digital camera age, but I’m loving it now.

    Camille, will stop by and say hello for sure.

  5. Hi Kaylyn,

    I work for the Salt Lake Downtown Allinace and also managae the Art & Craft Market portion of the Farmers Market. I always love to see when you blog about the market. The market has grown so much over the years and is a labor of love for so many. Stop by the info booth at the Art & Craft Market sometime. I’d love to meet you in person.

    Camille Winnie

  6. great photos Kalyn. I must say carrying my camera with me more often.