I decided to record some images of a complete and fairly typical week's output for my Market Stall sales at the Port Douglas market. At this time of year, sales are strong, so my weekly output has to remain as high as possible to keep the market stall fed.

Forest Treasures stirrers - Pickled Jane and Bev - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures stirrers - "Pickled Jane" and "Bev" - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures stirrers - the paddle, wok stirrer, the flat spat and the classic stirrer - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures stirrers - the paddle, wok stirrer, the flat spat and the classic stirrer - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - large servers in Queensland black walnut and acacia cedar - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - large servers in Queensland black walnut and acacia cedar - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - small servers in Queensland black walnut and figured blackbean - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - small servers in Queensland black walnut and figured blackbean - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - small servers in two-tone raintree and acacia cedar - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures salad servers - small servers in two-tone raintree and acacia cedar - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures muddlers - muddler mojito - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures muddlers - muddler mojito - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures bowl - serving or salad bowl in black wattle - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures bowl - serving or salad bowl in black wattle - by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures bowl - serving or salad bowl in black wattle - market stall, Port Douglas markets. Picture by Bob Gilmour.

Forest Treasures bowl - serving or salad bowl in black wattle - by Bob Gilmour.