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Pumpkins

The word for today is Pumpkins.  In the spirit of Halloween, it was a delight to go Pumpkin hunting. The weather was perfect and Pumpkins were abundant.  I felt like a kid again.


Pumpkin hunting

 
I was actually thinking of taking the flowers instead

 
I thought this one was asking for a photo

 
Scary, weird looking Pumpkins

 
These ones reminded me of Papayas

 
The cute mini Pumpkins

  
and some snake looking gourds.

Comments

  1. Oh I love pumpkin soup, the chunkier the better! :)

    Btw those shots of the autumn leaves in your previous post are gorgeous. How I wish autumn was one of the seasons here in Pinas! I miss seeing leaves of different shades and varieties. Although I understand how much of a hassle it will be to clear them from one's backyard hehe

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  2. those weird pumpkins look like rice crispies! haha!

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  3. beautiful, pumpkin hunting is not yet common in germany so i haven't tried that yet. which reminds me i have a bit of butternut squash to make me some soup :) yummy...

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  4. Daphne, Good thing the apt management is in charge of the cleaning...lol. I agree, autumn is such a colorful season.

    Faery, Can you imagine crise crispies as big as that...lol.

    Toni, Pumpkin hunting is fun. I'd do it again.

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  5. Those weird-looking pumpkins look like they had a disease or something! Hope you had fun with the hunt.

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  6. those gourds sure look creepy.. haha

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  7. My favorite is spaghetti squash. Oh and butternut too.

    Do they even cook the flesh from the pumpkin?

    I didn't realize there is a pumpkin picking farm. That would be fun for adults I bet.

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  8. pumpkin is one of my favourite veggie :) it was very nice to see different sizes of them :)

    The mini ones are dammn cute, i saw them the other day at shopping mall , for halloween decoration. I thought they were artificial at first. Amazing isnt ?

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  9. Your post is so timely. =) Now, these are real pumpkins and not those in Farm Town. =)

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  10. wow very nice pumpkins! i have not seen a real pumpkin patch before!

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  11. Rico and Giselle, I agree. I think those pumpkins have some sort of disease and they sure look creepy. I didn't even want to touch them...lol.

    Photo Cache, Yes, the flesh can be cooked. Yes, there are pumpkin farms around here.

    Srivats, You know, I love the mini ones, just because they're cute.

    Wits, Oh my gosh, I haven't visited farm town in a while...lol.

    Prinsesa, Oh it's fun choosing the right pumpkin at the farm =). It was a tough decision.

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  12. ibang-iba ang itsura ng kalabasa dito sa pumpkin diyan no?

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  13. the weird pumpkins look like brains. creepy...

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  14. why ganun yung scary looking pumpkin. It gives me the creep hahaha!!!

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  15. i want me a cute mini pumpkin!!!
    lovely pictures kayni!

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  16. lovely pumpkins. looks like you had fun with the hunt.

    happy weekend kayni!

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  17. ganito pala ang pumpkin. hehehe. happy halloween, kayni. :-)

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  18. i love the drama of the new lay-out!...i wish i could have a three column as well :)

    how's the halloween celebration? hope you got lotsa' candies hihi.

    Thank you so much for the visit on CC. I read Artemis' diary entries and i figured i should do one soon hehe

    Ceasar is sending his love and regards as well.....and a cute smile from Andreas :)

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  19. In Korea, pumpkin means an ugly person.

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  20. Those gourds are scary! They look like a bunch of Boa to me.

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  21. I don't like those pumpkins that have like big "pimples" on them...lol....as if it might not get in my stomach if I chew them. I like the pumpkins here though..."kalabasa":)

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  22. The first two photos of pumpkins are beautiful!

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