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10/14/14

Fall time in Ohio

 
Bayer's Farm- W 3rd, Dayton, OH. October 2014

The cool hues of summer have turned tide to the warmth of an Ohio autumn...blood moons and burning bright trees and golden field stalks of corn. It's always the best kind of surprise when you wake up one day and realize a season is finally set into place. When a porch is suddenly covered in Phoebe's favorite "punkys" and the sewing box comes out to sew long lost buttons on coats or start off the beginnings of a wonky homemade costume. It's all enough to set off a lit spark inside that keeps good company through the promise of winter and colder days. 

Sending love to you all and your October. 


12 comments:

  1. Loving the desaturated hues in these images! It really makes the orange pop. So festive!

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  2. This looks way too fun, I want to do this with my family.

    And I have to agree with Sam, the pop of orange is gorgeous in these photographs against the greys. :)

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  3. Such beautiful photos! I'm so in love with your blog.
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  4. Your blog/Instagram account is my absolute favorite! I love how you capture so perfectly tiny snip it's of your life to share.Cheers!

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  5. Alright, it's official, I must find a pumpkin patch immediately ;-) Such gorgeous photos! Thank you for sharing them and your inspiration!

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  6. You just nailed autumn in one post!! I love it all

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  7. Sounds gorgeous... our autumns aren't quite like that here in the UK. We have crisp, clear days but unfortunately they are far & few between, it mostly just rains!

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  8. Your blog is so beautiful. Bravo. :)

    www.trinawanders.com

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  9. I love the subtle in your pictures - they truly paint a beautiful scene.

    ps. wish we had pumpkin farms in the UK.

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