I hope you all enjoyed the first Saturday of October. I had a lovely day immersed in fall foliage and pumpkins, and for that I am truly grateful. I love, love, love living in an area with such beautiful autumns. I also love living in a place still connected to its agrarian roots, where little farms and orchards dot the landscape. When I first moved here, I thought it very strange that cornfields and gas stations would exist side-by-side, but now I think it’s wonderful. In the fall, the great benefit of having so many farms nearby is that you have your pick of apples and pumpkins. So for a couple of days, we’ll be admiring the local pumpkin crop this year. These are from Beasley’s Orchard.
Little white pumpkins all in a row…
The muted colors of these pumpkins are beautiful. I had never seen green pumpkins before I moved to Indy. They quickly became favorites.
I love the little doily caps on these pumpkins. They’re all dressed up for a Halloween party.
Blessings to you,