flickr Friday: Pumpkin Fields Forever
Let's take a moment to reflect on the life of a pumpkin. Early in life, pumpkins enjoy a naive bliss, sunning themselves in the fields with the bugs and the leaves, just hanging out, being orange, round and cute. It's our favorite crop to see growing from the side of the road. Then the upheaval. Yanked into trucks, tossed into piles, manhandled by discerning grownups and clumsy toddlers, then mutilated with knives, paint and fire. It is a spooky time of year folks, and no one knows it more than the pumpkins. Taken with a Sony DSC-H1. You can see more work from cindy47452 at Flickr.
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Posted by Susan Moriarty at October 10, 2008 9:40 AM