Description taken directly from the Chestnut Square site……
“Who grows your food?
Previously ranked the #1 market in Texas, Mckinney Farmers Market at Chestnut Square is a market you will want to return to time and time again. In addition to our variety of vendors offering local, grass fed beef and free range chicken, you’ll also find specialty items such as tamales, pastries, jerky and so much more.
Another unique feature to the Chestnut Square Market is the wide selection of arts and crafts vendors who offer everything from locally made goat milk soap to wood turned bowls. New this year is ART IN THE MARKET where a local artisan will demonstrate his or her skills. Potters, painters and a wide variety of artisans will offer free demonstrations every Saturday morning in the Chapel garden.”
Took my daughter Danielle to join her Orchestra this morning to Chestnut Square Farmers Market in historic downtown McKinney, TX. All the vendors sell organic produce and environmentally safe products. I got another opportunity to test my focusing with the Hasselblad with moving subjects, well slow moving subjects or almost stationary at some point. I also now know for sure that the CFV-50c is not an ETTR sensor. The highlights are tricky to recover but the shadows can be revive from almost pure black.
The Square has pumpkin and fall decor so it blended well with the vendor stalls and houses/buildings in the square.