It was snowing lightly as we pulled into the parking lot. The lovely white-on-white scenes cried out to be photographed. That morning I had left home without my camera, never expecting to make this trip, so I had to take these photos with my iPhone.
The light that day was poor, and changing; in my photo editor I was hard pressed to match all the whites from frame to frame. I tried black-and-white, but the images looked flat; color was needed to give the white scenes life.
After a long, storied history, Codman Community Farms was purchased by the Town of Lincoln, and adapted as a "nonprofit agricultural enterprise," one devoted to sustainable farming methods. It is home to the famous Codman Community Gardens. Before Covid, it also hosted the Lincoln Farmers’ Market.
Codman is a functioning farm, selling some of its meat, eggs and produce from its own "Farm Store," which is open 24/7. The store operates on a self-serve and honor basis.