Saturday after Josh’s soccer game we drove out to Schuster’s Picking Pumpkin Patch, south of town. What a neat place for kids and adults. I had a lot of fun there and perhaps I will talk a little about that at another time.
One of the things I’ve notice about Josh is that he is often in deep thought. I would love to know what is going on inside the little head of his. His vocabulary is well beyond his age and his thought processes are complex at times. Then of course he is a lot of the times a five-year old child. 🙂
I decided on black and white images today because the first image of Josh that I processed just didn’t speak to me in color. Once I got started on a black and white image I couldn’t help myself. 🙂
It wasn’t necessarily my intent to document the wonderful relationship between Josh and his friend Avery. But almost every picture I have of Josh Avery is right there. They talk with each other a lot and they helped each other pick out their respective pumpkins. It is a great friendship that hopefully will endure over time.
There are so many things to do at the pumpkin patch. One of the highlights is taking the wagon ride to the actual patch. They stop in the middle of the pumpkin patch and you can go look over the pumpkins and pick the right one. Josh and Gabby both found the pumpkin they wanted.
There are so many sexist things I could say about this image but I won’t. 🙂
We spent a couple of hours at the patch and I was ready for a nap. The place was inundated with kids and lots of kid noise. There are so many things for them to do including a corn pool. I’ll show you a picture of Gabby later when Mom said she couldn’t go into the corn pool. 🙂
That’s it for today. Hope you enjoy your day. As always thanks for stopping by my blog. Be careful.