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Old Oct 17, 2009, 11:18 PM   #1
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The farm stands are always full of colorful gourds at this time of year. I thought you'd enjoy seeing a Few. Pictures taken with kit lens.








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Old Oct 17, 2009, 11:22 PM   #2
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Goodness me, I never seen so many colours in pumpkins, wonderful shots.

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Great colors, Lou. Is that big red squash an acorn squash? It's certainly striking.

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Lou-

Thanks for sharing some great Fall Colors. Well Done!

Have a great day.

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Nice colors. From watching the Patriots tonight, looks like they might be covered in snow right now.

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Great pics Lou. I love the colorful squashes, gourds, pumpkins and corn that are available at farm stands this time of year. For no good reason, however, I have never thought to photograph them.
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Can't add anything that hasn't been said...
I like em.
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What Goldwinger said.
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Old Oct 19, 2009, 6:36 AM   #9
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Rodney, Paul, Sarah, Patty, Mtman, GW and Dr, C;

Thank You all for looking and your nice comments.

Paul, I do think it is a large acorn squash.

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Lou and paul-

The circular, stacked, large, variegated, red colored, squash is called locally a "turban squash."

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