A morning exploration of the Dupont Circle farmers’ market is a reminder of the beauty of summer, now fading into fall. A reminder that God is an artist with a penchant for extravagance. A reminder that food actually doesn’t need human alteration––certainly not, with beauty like this. A reminder that a world that so often seems dark grey is full of color and light.
Question: Where do you see the beauty [and also, what can you make out of kale]?