Thursday, October 8, 2009

Fall is everywhere!

This pumpkin is in my neighborhood decorating their porch. I really like it!

Addendum:

I don;t think of a pumplin as a Halloween symbol. . . To me, pumpkins represent the harvest time and is one of the vegetables that represent Thanksgiving. IF the pumpkin gets carved with a face, then it is for Halloween. . .

7 comments:

Malyss said...

Woaw! so orange!! that pretty, and that smells like Hooween...

Barb said...

What a perfect pumpkin - both is shape and color!

Love Bears All Things said...

I agree with you. I have faux pumpkins on my porch and a few that have faces which I've turned to the wall. I don't really decorate for Halloween, but with scarecrows, hay, corn stalks and pumpkins. I love seeing them with Mums. I walked yesterday and made lots of photos. Didn't see that much Halloween stuff out.
I also like to see a field full of pumpkins.
This one of yours is such a pretty, rich color.
I made Pumpkin Bread yesterday.
Mama Bear

Viola said...

A nice decoration on the porch. When I grew up, when I was a child and a teenager, we did not celebrate Halloween in Norway. It has come to stay for the latest generation.. I prefer the pumpkin more as an icon of the harvest to the Halloween.. :)

Gypsy Lala said...

Lovely pumpkin. :) I have been reading all the other blogs, just never came across this one before, it is a so nice blog too. Cheers. Yeah, add one of your post here to my Thursday meme, it runs until next week Wednesday, and will start a new one.

Cindi said...

I like to carve some pumpkins, but also leave some uncarved so they will stay "good" through the Thanksgiving season.

diXymiss said...

I love the squatty shape of this pumpkin. Fall is my favorite!

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