Pumpkin Farm

On Tuesday my husband and I took our daughter out of school early for a trip to the pumpkin farm.  We usually go every year on Columbus Day, but this year my husband had to work, and we figured that going on a day when kids had school would be a lot less crowded.  We were right.  It was so much nicer going on a weekday while everyone was working or in school.  We stopped and picked up my sister and her boyfriend (partly because they wanted to come, and partly because I needed someone to take a family photo of us and I didn’t trust a random stranger with my camera.  It’s okay, though, because we treated them to nachos and apple cider, so it’s all good.

Here are a few of my favorite photos from Tuesday:

Me with  my family. I love how I am the only one looking at the camera.  Even my husband couldn’t manage it.  😉

One that my sister snapped of me with my son.  I ADORE this photo because it is a real, honest-to-goodness smile.  My son never gives a legit smile in pictures.

A couple that I snapped of my sister and her boyfriend.  They are such a cute couple of lovebirds that I couldn’t resist.

Hope you enjoyed these few pictures.  I’ll have some more posts coming soon with images from my most recent sessions.  Until then, what are your favorite things about this time of year?  I love hot chocolate, big cuddly sweaters, and the smell of fallen leaves.  🙂

Also, don’t forget to enter to win a free session with me.  Contest ends at noon EST tomorrow (October 12, 2012.)  Visit this link https://rachelklinephoto.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/session-giveaway/ and just leave a comment to be entered to win.


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