Monday, November 10, 2014

End of Harvest

Empty basket in field

A few pumpkins were never harvested off this field. The must have been too small. But I don't know why the old basket was left as it still appears to be useful.

Wagon wheel

And a few gourds have fallen off the wagon.

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39 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

Perhaps it was left there just to make us wonder? Both shots are beautiful still lifes.

Revrunner said...

Ha! Some would say I've lost my "gourd" as well. :-)

Mersad said...

Lovely vibrant shots. The pumpkins go so well with that purple wheel.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great pics, you have a way of capturing the essence of things and to me, these are the essence of Autumn.

Jeanne said...

love this old fashioned basket. I remember them being used so much when I was a girl. Very fun shots .

Kate said...

These are lovely and appropriate fall images.

Sandra said...

I love that basket and the wheel.. beautiful pieces of history

see you there! said...

You've captured "after the harvest" so well.

Darla

Tom said...

Wonderful shots! Tom The Backroads Traveller

William Kendall said...

They make for appealing photos!

rainfield61 said...

You have "harvested" the empty basket.

Mary Hone said...

I love the colors in the wagon wheel shot.

Montanagirl said...

Really nice photos! LOVE that purple colored wagon.

TexWisGirl said...

we had an old basket like that we used for picking apples. thanks for the memory. :)

Judy said...

Beautiful shots. I always wonder what happens to the leftover pumpkins.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I think they left the basket for you to make your art! Both pictures could be framed or made into seasonal notecards. They are great!

Daniel LaFrance said...

Is that basket a bushel?

I know what you're thinking for gourdness sakes Daniel, your wagon is short a wheel. ;-)

DeniseinVA said...

Great photos EG. Loved that wagon.

Birdman said...

That's pretty much it... till next time.

Linda W. said...

I like that old basket. I'm sure some crafty person could do something wonderful with it.

Chandra said...

Hi Tina,
May be the basket makes a bird bath or provide some protection for little ones out there?

I love the contrast between the pumpkins and the other objects pictured.

Very nicely done!

Have a Beautiful Day.

Peace :)

RedPat said...

They make for good shots for you, EG!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

You always grab great photos!

visualnorway said...

A very post-harvest feel to these. I sensed some melancholy. Well done!

Malyss said...

What beautiful pictures!

Ginny said...

I LOVE the red wagon wheel amid the gourds and pumpkins!!

Grandma C said...

I love your after the harvest photos.
Most of us don't go back to see what happens to the remaining pumpkins after the last of the "Chosen Pumpkin's" are taken home.

Sharon Wagner said...

The bountiful wagon shot is charming.

Gail Dixon said...

They were there for you to photograph! And wonderfully, I might add. I really love that old wagon wheel with the random gourds.

cieldequimper said...

These could be autumn greeting cards!

Donna said...

Beautiful shots of harvest time!!

maryaustria said...

Beautiful shots! Great!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice shots. I want your camera or your sharp eye. LOL
MB

Judy said...

Lovely images!! I have not seen a bushel basket in many years, even if this one does not have those horrible wire handles...

Gail said...

Beautiful pictures of the season's end.

NatureFootstep said...

beautiful photography. Love the compositions. :)

Stephanie said...

Ohhh I love the back end of this wagon and the color just pops.

Halcyon said...

The basket was left so you could get a great photo! :)

Roan said...

The basket sure makes for a great photo! Beautifully done! Love the wheel, too!

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