Don’t Throw- Don’t Drop- Don’t Bruise-Fragile!
Last Saturday night, Steve and I were walking around downtown at the Three Rivers Arts Festival.
Behind the line of food tents at the Three Rivers Arts Festival, (actually renamed the Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival– who knows how much they shelled out to include in the name ) this pile of fifty pound bags of potatoes caught my eye.
The sliver of orange shirt was a man who didn’t want his photo taken but I said “Don’t worry. I just want the potatoes. ”
As far as identifying what state the potatoes were grown, I looked up Top ‘O The Harvest brand and found a distinctive bag in an agricultural museum c. 1960 and if they are still in business, it looks like they came from Unity, Maine. The label says Special Frying Potatoes. Wish I could have found the cooking oil containers to accompany this shot.
Here is the beginning of the line of food tents- the signs seem so generic this year. Like a supermarket brand, to me. They seem to have lost the individual character, a certain sameness except a different color.
This entry was posted on June 13, 2013 by Ruth. It was filed under Photography and was tagged with cooking, food, food tent, food tents, French fries, frying potatoes, photography, Pittsburgh PA, postaday, potatoes, Three Rivers Arts Festival, travel.