I am home and I’ve downloaded my pictures and unpacked all the goodies purchased at The 2015 Heirloom Exposition, and now I’m ready to the pictures from day two and three!
On a serious note, the expo featured an art display by Mathieu Asselin, who’s working on a photographic investigation of Monsanto. It was both informative and shocking! I decided it was such an important investigation, that it deserved its own separate post. You can see some of his images and read more about it here.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll also be sharing the awesome stuff I learned from the excellent speakers. My notes need a bit of editing, so I’m starting with pictures, hope you like them!
I spent some time admiring the different varieties at the dahlia show, here’s some of my favorites flowers.
Here’s a few pictures of the colorful heirloom corn on display
And here’s my two favorite chalk art murals.
Did this post make you want to attend the expo next year?