Pumpkin Patch

I can’t quite believe it but pumpkin season is upon us and it seems everyone is going crazy for it. Every other photo on my Instagram feed seems to include a pumpkin somewhere, that’s ok though, they make for a pretty picture. I absolutely love taking photos with natural props. The selection of photos for this post are up there with my most favourite photos I have taken (I also adore the lavender photos…natural props rock!)


We visited Garsons farm on a gloriously sunny day and we were joined by Harrison and Nicky. Nicky and I had some dreamy shots in mind and the children were so patient with us. One day they will have enough and tell us to pack it in but whilst they happily take bribes and entertain each other we’ll keep snapping away!



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We were lucky enough to have the pumpkin patch to ourselves and with the sun beaming down I got snap happy whilst the children played and watched the planes going over head. There was such an array of sizes and colours and Nicky and I found it fascinating how they could grow so big from something so small…we’re a bit simple like that!



Right next to the pumpkin patch were five rows of sunflowers which made our day. Pumpkins AND sunflowers, think of the photos! The children read our minds and were having none of it. We got them to hold them, just about, but then it was time to head to the cafe as the rice cake bribe was wearing pretty thin.

We had such a lovely morning,we’ll be back next year for sure!

Have you visited a pumpkin patch this year? I’d love to see your photos.

Thanks for stopping by,

Sarah x

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