pumpkins



GlassRoots Gallery, Stone Harbor, NJ .. September, 2007

19 comments:

  1. Pretty fancy pumpkins! They must be city pumpkins.

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  2. These are my kind of pumpkins. Beautiful, easy to maintain, easy to store, if placed in a window or outside, won't bake to mush.

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  3. nice pumpkins, lady....
    (ok so I can't *leer* well in comments....

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  4. Classy, glassy, no mess, no fuss pumpkins! Way to go D.

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  5. Hello DaryL !

    You can make marmelade with them....

    It's very good !


    Your photo is very beautiful...

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  6. You New Yorkers even have fancy fashionable pumpkins.
    I really feel like a country bumkin now.

    Bear((( )))

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  7. These are lovely. They remind me of glazed chestnuts (I know they're pumpkins!) that I used to eat in France.

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  8. Those are beautiful! I know my older daughter would love those as she always decorates her house for Halloween.

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  9. I must agree with Bear N.
    Those civilized, stylized, expensive NYC Pumpkins make me feel rather provincial way out here on my little pacific island....Aloha!

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  10. Wow, those are very pretty. I'm assuming they're glass.

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  11. City pumpkins! Katney is gooood.
    And just think, they won't stink like country bumpkin pumpkins!

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  12. So very pretty! I like your window sill!

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