Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Colors of Fall

A couple weeks ago I posted this post, about a local nature photographer, Anisha Palmer. She inspired me to take these pictures, thank you Anisha!! We have an awesome farm stand across the street from our house. It's one of my favorite parts of living out here in suburbia. I love taking Bean across the street to the farm stand in her little red wagon to pick out apples, strawberries, and other fresh fruits and vegetables that, as my dad always says, are so good because they "don't have stickers on them." Today was not a very fall like day, it was about 80 degrees and humid. But I can tell that fall is around the corner, because the farm stand is full of the bright colors of fall. Bean and I took the camera over today and took some shots, and then visited the pumpkin patch in the backyard. When we got home we ate about three different kinds of apples and then uploaded the pictures and talked all about the different veggies and colors. Such a simple, sweet early fall day. 

The farm stand across the street, Meadowbrook Farms
 Orange pumpkins, tons of them!!
 Beige squashes
 Gray "ugly veggies" as Bean called them.
Green pumpkins
 Red apples, bushels full of them

 Red and yellow tomatos
 Orange and green carrots
 Bright red radishes
 Orange mini pumpkins
Out in the pumpkin patch behind Meadowbrook where the pumpkins are just now beginning to fill in.

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