Pumpkin Harvest

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Vera and I live in Lancaster County, PA. There are pumpkins everywhere! Hundreds, thousands of orange spheres in fields all around us. We have been watching the harvest; people working hard to get them to market. Every time I see the farm workers, I have the same thought; how will they ever harvest so many pumpkins?

Last week, I went to our local Amish farmer to buy one. The one I wanted was so big that I couldn’t even lift it (It doesn’t help that pumpkins are kind of slippery!) I ended up picking one that I was barely able to lift.

This inspired me to do a photograph, my own impression of the pumpkin harvest.

Have a great Autumn everyone!

Light Painting Photographer Harold Ross's Light Painted image "Pumpkin Harvest"

Photograph by Harold Ross



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~ by Harold Ross on October 2, 2019.

14 Responses to “Pumpkin Harvest”

  1. Love it!

  2. I love this! You should sell tutorials

    Christopher john Professional photographer http://www.cjpix.com 215.317.2389 mobile 843.325.4141 office Typos courtesy of Siri


  3. Thank you! Just shows how good you really are. I honestly enjoy your work, Mike

  4. As always with best creations.

  5. love it!

  6. “Gourd-eous” photo (couldn’t resist.) ;) Ed

  7. Loving your creativity Harold, & thanks for bringing a big smile to my face with this post.

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