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Somewhat out of my element with food photography, but having just picked a bunch of squash I am in the mood. So do we have any interesting compositions out there that fit the "harvest season". For those into wholesome organic produce picked fresh off the vein (preferably out of your own garden) this is the thread for you. And throw in a few scarecrows, bats, and autumn leaves while you are at it.
Here are some taken at our annual Johnny Appleseed Festival in Fort Wayne, IN. These were taken with permission by the Farmer's Market vendors. They really do a fantastic job of making their section very appealing.
The wild ones.. My father used to make preserves (and occasionally wine) from chokecherries, cranberries and and saskatoons. One can also use rose hips for various products. My mother's parents were farmers and used all these wild berries and a few more like pincherries and gooseberries for jam, jelly and such, as they grew in abundance on their prairie farm.