Thursday, October 28, 2010

wee orange pumpkins

climbing the weary steps

19 comments:

Birdman said...

Step #1? A visit by Mr. Pumpkin-eater?

Steffe said...

I actually noticed that they were selling pumpkins in a grocery store in my area. I managed to not buy one!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Pumpkin pie is one of the best things to do with pumpkins. Never had pumpkin soup.

Looks like the bottom pumpkin is missing.

B SQUARED said...

The risk increases the higher they go.

Jacob said...

Very cool - those little oranges against that gray background. Good eye, again, BC!

Cezar and Léia said...

Since the last Halloween I'm in love for these cute decorations!As in Brazil it's not normal, culturally.Anyway...thanks so much for this lovely picture, very beautiful decoration!
Léia :)

Sharon Creech said...

Aw. I'm not sure why, but: aw.

VP said...

One can see this as various degrees of pumpkiness...

SRQ said...

Those are itty bitty pumpkins. That's a perfect spot for them.

Small City Scenes said...

I really like the tiny pumpkins. there are fields of them out here. they are so popular in the stores. MB

Malyss said...

Even wee, they're bigger than mine! On their way to next sunday?...

lizziviggi said...

These steps need a little color-- even in the form of pumpkin orange! What's the story with the first step, I wonder? Just something to make us go "Huh? Dolphins?"

Irina said...

We never knew about Halloween in Russia. Now it is gradually becoming popular. It is celebrated in nightclubs by adults with a slight touch of erotica. It seems a bit different from your vision of Halloween))
What can I say about the photo? As usual.))

Babooshka said...

Ooh I like this. Really love the contrast in colours

Bob Crowe said...

It's like one little, two little, three little Indians. Do the squirrels go after the pumpkins?

Hilda said...

Weary, maybe, but still so lovingly welcoming.

Carraol said...

Great composition and mixture of textures and colors!

JM said...

So simple and so cute!

Amin said...

I think this is very thoughtful picture.