The October Issue; What You Didn’t See

October 5, 2013 | By | Comments (0)

We go through thousands of images to come up with the perfect mix to bring every issue to life. But not all of what is left out is bad. In fact, most are quite stunning. Here’s our ode to our favorite 10 images that were left on the cutting room floor.

Photo by Helen Norman

Photo by Helen Norman

Beets from our “From Plow To Chow” story (page 100).

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

The pool at Keswick Hall, one of the featured hotels in “The High-Low Guide to Fall Getaways” (page 78).

Photo by Terry Manier

Photo by Terry Manier

The sign outside S. Wallace Edwards & Sons ham shop in Surry, Virginia from “The Lost Link” (page 70).

Photo by Rush Jagoe

Photo by Rush Jagoe

A street view in the Bywater-Marigny are of New Orleans, the neighborhood featured in “The New New Orleans” (page 61).

Photo by Rush Jagoe

Photo by Rush Jagoe

And a sampling of the kind of food you’ll find in the Bywater.

Photo by Laurey W. Glenn

Photo by Laurey W. Glenn

Sprigs of salvia from “Take Our Sage Advice” garden story (page 46).

Photo by Hector Sanchez

Photo by Hector Sanchez

No-fail coffee cakes from “Go Beyond The Biscuit” (page 111).

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

A moody scene at Sharon and Joe Pryse’s Tennessee home from our “Blooms With A View” story (page 94).

Photo by Art Meripol

Photo by Art Meripol

We can’t get enough pumpkins this time of year. This festive scene is from Arnett’s Peach Tree Farm in Boonville, Missouri. Check out our “Uncork Fall in Missouri” road trip for more stops in the Show Me State.

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

Photo by Robbie Caponetto

Lastly, some inspiration for some chic pumpkin decor.

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