Here is the second set of photos from the pumpkin patch. Here is my friend Dane. He was actually trying to get in the way of my shot and ended up turning it into a much better one then what I was trying for. This photo is actually un-enhanced. The leaves and the ground had a very silver/dull color to them and the bright orange pumpkins stood out on their own. The only thing I think I did to enhance this dichotomy was use the flash. I'm not 100% sure what these “knobby” pumpkins are but I do know that they can't be carved. One member of our group bought one because “it already had the warts for the witches face” on it. What we didn't realize until we got home was the skin was also about 4" thick and we needed a hacksaw to remove the top. This was the best picture I could get of my pumpkin. My camera doesn't do so well in low light settings.