mischief goes to market: mildly patriotic edition

More photographs from my small town Indiana walkaround this Tuesday.  Mischief (the Fuji X-T10/35mm f/1.4) went to the Farmers’ Market for the first time.  All of these images are straight out of camera, though some have been cropped for composition.

This is the right time of year for Rudbeckia,

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and purple coneflowers

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and good old fashioned clematis “Jackmanii”.

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Indiana is a fairly patriotic place; flags and bunting tend to go up early and stay for a while.  The early summer period from Memorial Day through Flag Day and into the Fourth of July is particularly flag intensive.

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For Fuji fans, the film simulation is probably Pro Neg Standard, which I find gives a fairly faithful color rendition in and out of  the garden and tends to get left as the default.

(The people who own this shop must be hoping to lure street photographers with this display of chalk painted chairs. I was not the only person taking the bait.)

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