remember when pumpkins came in just orange?

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i found these outside of Whole Foods. It seemed as though trying to find an orange one would be a challenge. they were amazing.

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  1. jr cline says:

    I love the variety.

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Me too! I wanted the green-blue ones! ~amy

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  2. dave says:

    Thank you, Amy, for your interest in Gwichyaa Zhee. Long ago I was a wedding and portrait photographer. I was better at the weddings. 🙂 You have some lovely portraits and I look forward to visiting your site at length. Best wishes.

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Thank you, Dave. Nice to meet you, I look forward to your posts in my reader. I don’t have the courage to shoot a one time event, like a wedding, i commend you on your bravery! ~amy

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  3. Love the shots! Visually very pleasing colors, shapes, textures…love them all!

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Me too! The pumpkins were incredible! I bought not a single one. Instead, i photographed most & now one them, in a way. One reason why i love photography, i get to take a bit of everything home with me! ~amy

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      1. Well said Amy, I do the same!

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  4. andreab40 says:

    Ive just commented pretty much the same on your other post 😉 cant believe the variety of shapes and colours! I wonder how they been grown to be so different from the traditional ones

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      I love that people are excepting the cool, new types of pumpkin/gourds…the traditional orange seems a bit blah compared to these! Thank you, Andrea! ~amy

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      1. andreab40 says:

        It does 😀 they look amazing.

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  5. How colorful!! Lovely shot! 😺

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Very colorful, easy to shoot, someone had already set them up for beauty! Thank you! ~amy

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      1. You’re welcome, furiend! 😺

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  6. jpeggytaylor says:

    A rainbow of pumkins! Wonderful 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      It was really amazing, Peggy! Thank you. ~amy

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    2. Amy Saab says:

      Oh, it was Peggy! Amazing to see the bright RED ones. Those burned my eyes a bit like the sun. 🙂 I loved the green-blue ones…Thank you! ~amy

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  7. Wonderful colours, shapes and sizes. We grow a variety at home .. The seedlings are growing happily on our garage 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Growing in your garage? You must not have fall weather wherever you live. I love that you have a variety. I’m so glad the public is welcoming these wonderful, colorful changes. ~amy

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      I just peeked, yes, those pumpkins are the same! I haven’t traveled to our nearest Wal-Mart to see. Thank you, Natalie. ~amy

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  8. C. Hathaway says:

    I love these colors. I should go by Whole Foods and pick some up. 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      I loved the colors too. The green-blue ‘pumpkins’ were extraordinary. I hope your whole foods match my own in choices! Thank you! ~amy

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      1. Hi,in Italy in autumn we cook amazing risotto with the orangeones and also spaghetti.Old people put them in the oven in big slices that comes very crispy and sweet.Try that!

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    2. Amy Saab says:

      I would highly recommend it! ~amy

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