Saturday, August 9, 2014

Marsh pickers covered from head to toe

Photo by Barry Wallace
Picking bok choy in the Marsh
These bok choy-pickers in the Holland Marsh, between Keele and Dufferin Streets, in King Township, are covered from head-to-toe (with the exception of their hands) to protect themselves from sunlight exposure.   It was a warm, sunny day today and the pickers surely had to be feeling the heat.   However, the lady in the immediate foreground looked up and gave me big smile and a friendly wave.   Bok Choy is a subspecies of turnip.   
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Barry Wallace

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