Wide Open Country Uses Thanksgiving Pumpkin Centerpiece Photo

Posted on Feb 4, 2016 in Photography | 0 comments

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Centerpiece photo used by Wide Open CountryWhile I wish I could take credit for the wonderful centerpiece depicted in my Thanksgiving Pumpkin centerpiece photo, the real credit goes to my friend Jennie for creating it.  She took a white pumpkin, cored it out at the top, and added fall flowers as the centerpiece for our Friendsgiving dinner a few years ago.  Warm thanks goes to Wide Open Country for agreeing that this is a great way to recycle a pumpkin after Halloween and using my photo!  To be fair, Jennie purchased this pumpkin from nearby Lemos Farm in Half Moon Bay, CA with the intent that she’d use it for holiday decoration in some way, but you could certainly re-purpose even a carved jack-o-lantern in this way!

Here’s the meat & potatoes of their tip:

Place them on an end table or at the center of your dining table. Surround them with dried corn, scented candles and Thanksgiving themed items for a quick transformation.

You can read the whole article here on Wide Open Country: 12 Ways to Recycle Your Pumpkins After Halloween

You can see all of the photos I’ve taken in and around town in my Greater East Bay album on Flickr

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