Anyway, I photographed the festival last year, and came back again this year. There is a tasting alley, where chefs prepare small bite-sized dishes to load up on a plate. There is a barbecue, music, artisans and craftspeople, tons of local vendors, a silent auction, and of course - GOATS! (and a few pigs and poultry, too). (And sunflower fields, though those weren't quite in bloom this year because of the rain)
It's really a great place for the family to spend the day - if you haven't been out there yet, you should think about it next year.
I brought my daughter along to the festival, and she brought my spare camera and took photographs of the event for nearly two hours until at last her battery died. You'll see photographs of her sprinkled here and there in the album below.
I hope you enjoy the photographs!
On our way home, we walked past a corn field. Here are some shots of that:
I am a documentary family and wedding photographer based in Kingston. I travel to Toronto, Ottawa, and beyond. One of my passions is community photography. I am currently the photographer for Loving Spoonful. To inquire about having me photograph your event, please don't hesitate to get in touch!