Fall Photo Gallery

A fall decoration set up with pumpkins and leaves Sept. 26. Pumpkins are one of the most purchased items during the fall with 80% of their purchases happening during the fall season. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A stack of pumpkins is for sale at Soil Service Garden Store in Kansas City Sept. 26. They sell all types of pumpkins in the fall season. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
Heirloom pumpkins set up Sept. 26. Non-traditional pumpkins are becoming increasingly popular to be used as a fall decoration over traditional pumpkins. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A basket of apples picked Sept. 26 are displayed. Apples are sold year round, but their popularity picks up in the fall months because they have become a classic fall flavor. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
Granny smith and Fuji apples sit in metal pails outside Sept. 26. Granny smith and Fuji apples are the most popular types of apples. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A fall drink with cinnamon and whipped cream made in the morning Sept. 30. During the fall, many coffee shops change their menus to include flavors like apple and spices. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A sweetgum tree in Brookside has changed it’s leaves from green to red Sept. 27. After the leaves change colors they will drop off the tree. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A sweetgum tree in Brookside has begun to change from green to orange Sept. 27. Eventually the whole tree will have orange leaves. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A sweetgum tree’s leaves change from green to red Sept. 27. The changes in leaf colors from green to red, orange and yellow is a sign of fall every year. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A stack of pumpkins sits in a front yard Sept. 26. Many houses choose to have pumpkins out to decorate for fall. photo by Lucy Doerflinger
A Lizzie Borden, the suspected murderer from 1892, decoration chops down a fake axe at Spirit Halloween on Sept. 25. Spirit Halloween is a popular Halloween chain store that is only open from mid September to November 2. photo by Sydney Allen
A nurse decoration spins it’s head in an attempt to invoke fear to anyone who passes by the animatronic decoration Sept. 25. This decoration was one of four in an aisle of electronic yard decorations at Spirit Halloween. photo by Sydney Allen
A clown animatronic comes to life with swirly eyes Sept. 25. This decoration is one of many at Spirit Halloween and made a low growl noise before shutting off. photo by Sydney Allen
A wall of masks sits in the Spirit Halloween store Sept. 25. Common masks worn during Halloween time are “Purge” masks, “Scream” masks and animal heads. photo by Sydney Allen
A Michael Myers “SLAY” pillow sits among other decorations at Spirit Halloween Sept. 25. Myers is a known serial killer from the horror movie, “Halloween”. photo by Sydney Allen
A huddle of piglets race down a woodchip track at Fun Farm Pumpkin Patch Sept. 26. Pig races are one attraction at pumpkin patches. photo by Sydney Allen
Senior Juliet Barnett throws a softball at one of the painted metal buckets Sept. 26. Fun Farm Pumpkin Patch features other games to play and has a large selection of food from their fall menu. photo by Sydney Allen
Two sheep at Fun Farm Pumpkin Patch are fed crushed up corn Sept. 26. The pumpkin patch has animals such as goats, cattle, pigs, donkeys and ponies. photo by Sydney Allen
Senior Eileen Harrington attempts to touch a goat at Fun Farm Pumpkin Patch Sept. 26. The goats are Fun Farm are fed all day, and anyone who attends the farm can feed them. photo by Sydney Allen
The Fun Farm pumpkin patch field that contains 60 different kinds of pumpkins in Kearney, Missouri Sept. 26. Fun Farm not only offers pumpkin picking, but they also have an apple orchard with over 20,000 apples to pick from. photo by Sydney Allen