three

three
different 
kinds 
of gourds

I realized
 the photos
 I've been sharing
 haven't been 
very
 seasonal

after 
we brought Harry home
 this past Sunday
 I popped out
 for a quick walk
 to the Green Flea
 I needed apples 
while 
I was waiting to pay
 I looked around 
pulled out
 the iPhone
 and 
snapped 
this shot

 I am not sure 
if these are 
edible 
or 
ornamental 

20 comments:

  1. Now rush home and play with the kitties!


    Warm Aloha from Honolulu
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  2. LOVE the fall photo!! I meant to ask you...since I don't know much about zipcars...how does the insurance work on those things??

    Hope Harry is adapting!!

    CONGRATULATIONS to YOU for winning the Shutterfly Giveaway!!
    xo
    Jeanne

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  3. butternut squash and pumpkins, not sure what the third one is[
    beautiful autumn colors

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  4. I'm not sure I'd eat them although I'm sure that they would be really good for me.

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  5. All of them are edible! I love winter squash.

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  6. Butternut pumpkin, my favourite...you got a very seasonal image here Daryl, nice work.

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  7. Edible or not, they sure are pretty!
    Wonderful shot.

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  8. I assumed all gourds were edible in a pinch, but that's just my very uneducated guess. For all I know, one or two of them might kill you, so...

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  9. Oh, had a deja-vu here. I had scheduled a similar photo, but replaced it with another! Mine had pretty much the same as your gourds, plus some that kind of looked like that plant, Buddha's fingers, or whatever it's called.

    I love these decorative (don't think they're edible) gourds!

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  10. Gourdgous! :) My first time to your blog. I love the masthead photo. Looks just like what I see on the subway when I'm there visiting my cousin.

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  11. Butternut squash is yum. Hope things are continuing to move smoothly with Harry's addition to the family.

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  12. They're both ornamental and delectable. You get some great produce up there.

    And the cheese....

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  13. the beige one standing upright is butternut...one of my favorite yummy squashes

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  14. All definitely edible, yummy, and beautiful:)

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  15. Lovely colors! And yum, I would eat them.

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