Chanelle at Go Raw near the entrance of the Matakana Village Farmers Market.
Brent whips up yet another smoothie on what was supposed to be a rainy Saturday.
Sophie at the Puriri Downs Egg Stall.
Rosé Crafted Cupcake stall.
Rainy days can be quieter, and with a lot of rain forecasted, the market was less busy than normal.
Michael Bernard with his mobile knife sharpening unit. He started around 10 years ago, after quitting his job as a chef.
At the knife sharpening unit—because you never know when there’s a nick or a cut.
The start of winter, but the summer dresses are still very much visible. The South Island is covered with heavy snow falls while the North Island still hovers at day time temperatures of 19°C (66.2° F) during the day.
Andrew at Jimmy’s Craft Foods.
The stall at Wild Delicious Fermentery.
Edith who’s been making chocolate for close to 25 years and one of the earliest vendors at the Matakana Market.
Fernanda, Gui and Rachel at work at the Bon Appetit, Crêperie.
Up on her toes! 🙂
Gui and Fernanda, originally from Brazil, quit their jobs in hospitality to set up the crêperie. They love their job and their kids are eager to help as well.
The dog sitters. Sometimes there can be dozens of dogs at this location.