Strathcona Farmer’s Market

I was in Edmonton this past weekend with my daughters visiting my Mom, Sister & Nieces. It was a quick weekend trip but we managed a trip to the Strathcona Farmer’s Market. It was nice to be out and about in a world returning to some degree of normalcy and do some people watching and street style photography travelling light with my trusty Ricoh GR 3. All of these photos are cropped to a 4:5 aspect ratio. 4:5 is an aspect ratio that I really like and just feels little different than standard 2:3 or 3:4 ratios from most digital cameras or smart phones and just a little roomier” than 1:1 / square. I’m also experimenting with adding borders using Retrobatch a very cool Mac batch image processing utility that I also use to resize and rename images.

Keeping Several Balls in the AirKeeping Several Balls in the Air

Today’s Market SpecialToday’s Market Special

Produce TransactionProduce Transaction

Dutch GirlDutch Girl

Sun Best FruitSun Best Fruit



Head to ToeHead to Toe

Cheez ShopCheez Shop

Fetching TzatzikiFetching Tzatziki

Rock Collection 1Rock Collection 1

Rock Collection 2Rock Collection 2

Coco RocksCoco Rocks

Blindman BrewingBlindman Brewing

Little BearLittle Bear

Mushroom & FruitMushroom & Fruit

Mission AccomplishedMission Accomplished

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