Monday, October 10, 2011

Harvest on Fairfield

Today was as hot and sunny as August; it was easy to forget that we're deep into October. These window boxes on Fairfield Street were a beautiful reminder:

Squash, white and orange pumpkins, kale, white and orange chrysanthemums, 
and dramatic greens. Plus a garland of dark brown dried grass of some sort.

I'm not fond of chrysanthemums but they look great here.

The theme continues on the front porch:


If that didn't put you in the mood for a sweater, you're a hard case! Perhaps you ought to experience all this in person.

3 comments:

  1. Love the window boxes! Such great fall inspiration!

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  2. Hi: I'd like to use one of these photos for an article I'm writing for thespruce.com. Please let me know asap! Thanks, Lisa Taylor

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    1. Thanks for asking, but I'd rather not. Cheers, APB.

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