A New England Fall day


I love this time of year. Fall is without doubt my favorite season.

Today was a crisp, bright day. We went to our local playground, and then headed to a farm to pick apples and pumpkins.

Phoebe at the playground.

Phoebe at the playground.

John and Theo at the playground.

John and Theo at the playground.

A tree at the playground.

A tree at the playground.

Leaves...

Leaves...

...leaves...

...leaves...

...leaves.

...leaves.

A reflection.

A reflection.

On the wagon ride in the apple orchard.

On the wagon ride in the apple orchard.

Pumpkins.

Pumpkins.

(You can find a few more pictures featuring Phoebe here.)

13 responses to “A New England Fall day

  1. fall is my favorite season, too, or at least WAS, you know, back when I lived in a place that actually HAD seasons!

  2. God! that tree made me catch my breath!

  3. Your baby looks like a teddy bear. A-dorable.

  4. Love the autumn colors. Breathtaking!

  5. Great foliage photos!

  6. It is very hard to explain the good days like these to people who don’t have children and have them really understand where you are coming from…

  7. One of the best kid with pumpkin shots I have seen. Glorious leaves! Thanks for sharing.

  8. okay- we seriously were on the same (orange) wavelength this past weekend. My post is coming soon…

  9. This year fall seems better than I remembered last year being…maybe it’s that way everywhere. I loooove the pumpkin farm.

  10. so lovely. thanks for letting us join you in your travels. i love days like these as well. apple picking is the #1 activity i look forward to with my kids every year. i think i’ll cry when they tell me they’re too old for it.

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