This is a set of pumpkins I made last year. They are sitting on the front porch. I put in a Kim Klassen texture to soften up the edges.
A neighbor up the street has orange mums in her mailbox flower boxes. They were a lot more orange when she planted them but still a major symbol of fall.
Red-orange. I love the shapes in these flowers, and how many layers they have.
What family, fall event would be complete without a pumpkin patch?
We just can’t have fall and orange without some pumpkins, this time with warts and all.
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Love those pumpkins you made! I wanted to make some this year but never got around to it.
Love the orange photos and the pumpkins in the last photo.
Thanks for sharing on Foto Friday,
Thank you Lori. Those homemade pumpkins were really easy, except for breaking my mom’s saw on my last cut. Well almost breaking it. Got the blade stuck and luckily it all worked out in the end. =)
The last photo is vibrant and I’m impressed with the pumpkins you made!
Thank you very much =)
Great shots! I love the flowers too. 🙂 Thanks for joining us in the Shades of Autumn Photo Challenge. I hope you’ll be back again next week when we move on to our new theme, RED! Have a great weekend.
Thank you Kristi. I hope you all do a Shades of Winter too…hopefully I will stay motivated through winter that way. =)
Bumpy pumpkins always make me laugh. I have no idea why, but thanks for the giggle!
They aren’t something you see often, glad to be of assistance =)