First look: A splendid harvest

A splendid harvest
A splendid harvest

Its been a tad busy around here but anyone who knows me, knows I LOVE to be busy (much to the Bear’s chagrin). However, we took a break from busy today in order to return to the PiPO apple orchard to see how things are coming along and just maybe, if it warranted a full circle trip for a fall mini session to follow up from our apple blossoms mini session in the spring.

It was a crisp fall morning. The kind where the light is a little soft and misty. We packed our sandwiches and some play clothes and away we went! As we pulled off the highway into apple country, I could not have been happier. All the lovely trees that were swathed in pink and white blossoms in the spring were now heavily laden with brilliant red and green apples. We pulled in to my secret, favorite corner of the orchard and realized that though the day was perfect, that soon the harvest would be over. At least I know for next year!

We played, snacked on fallen apples (abandoned as far as I could imagine) and I snapped away to my heart’s content. As I looked through the pictures after the session, I had a minor heart attack. My babies are growing up! I love them so much and I am proud to share them with you today. 🙂

Fall beauty
Fall beauty
Rabble rousers
Rabble rousers
Over to you baby brother
Over to you baby brother
A very thoughtful boy
A very thoughtful boy
Bounce
Bounce
My perfect team
My perfect team
Some for me and some for you
Some for me and some for you
Tickle!
Tickle!
Hand in hand
Hand in hand
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One thought on “First look: A splendid harvest

  1. My dear niece,
    Your photos evoke memories of apple picking time once upon a sparkling morning in Wisconsin. Oh, to hear that crunch and taste one of those juicy, sugary MacIntosh delights fresh off the tree! My friend, Kathryn, and I spent every Fall in Door County sampling all the gifts of fruit Mother Nature had to offer. I’m so glad you have an orchard of your own to visit! Give “Bear” and the kiddos a hug from Aunt Vicki. I adore all your fabulous images!

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