I’m on my quest to soak up the last unofficial week of summer without rushing fall in like I normally do this time of year. So today I took a break an enjoyed a stroll through a local U-pick zinnia farm in my area. It was heavenly. An absolutely gorgeous day for such a walk. I could have stayed in those fields for hours.
Why did the chicken cross the road?
To get to the other field of zinnias of course!
After my walk, I visited the farm’s market which was stocked full of colorful locally grown produce. Farm markets are always so inspiring to me for their rustic, simple style, the textures and all of the colors of course. And just the overall quantities of produce.
And then it happened. Sitting right there in the middle of my blissful late summer moment was a sure sign of fall! I can’t deny that it is right around the corner with a pumpkin that orange staring at me. Bring on fall!
18 thoughts on “field trip”
Beautiful photos and post. I love this site.
Thanks! Glad you found it.
These pictures make me smile. 🙂 Thank you! Your photos always seem to be so full of vibrant, but calming, colors.
Thank you for the sweet comments.
Sorry I couldn’t make it!!!
Noooooo! Stay away fall! Did you go to Maple Acres Farm?
Yes, my first visit! It is gorgeous.
Dana, Where is this farm, it looks interesting,love reading all of your posts
Maple Acres Farm in Plymouth Meeting
Beautiful! For those of us in Australia, today is the last day of winter…yay Spring!
Lovely! What area of the world?
Hi there – just outside of Philadelphia.
So beautiful. I love your photography! I invite you to read my piece on the barn quilt. I’m new to blogging and would appreciate your thought! Kerry
Absolutely love the photography! I have to admit that fall is my favourite season because so many flowers, veggies and fruits are growing at their prime. Awesome blog!
I absolutely agree with you!
I can not stand how much I love these photos. Maureen Fowler a.k.a. Color Coded Life said I HAD to follow you. Glad I did. What kind of camera and lens did you use for these?