A Kind Of Pumpkin #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Homegrown pumpkin

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32 thoughts

  1. My initial impression was that it looked lonely, which seemed verified by your comment to Erika that it was the only one to come up this year. I hope life is calm and healthy for you, Hugh. It feels as if everyone is in turmoil this year.

    1. Yes, it was our lone pumpkin this year, Rob. We usually get two or three, but 2020 only produced one.

      Life is good, although we’re about to go into another lockdown on Friday for 17 days. I’m going to make the most of it, though.

    1. After reading your post, I wasn’t so sure about the colour being Ochre, Terri. I was tempted to link to your Sunday Stills post, but because I was unsure about the colour, I didn’t want to hijack your post.

        1. It’s the only one that came to fruit this year, Erika. Usually, we get two or three that fruit, but the summer in Wales this year was cool and wet, so only the one fruit appeared.

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