Photo essay: Happy fall, y’all!

Photos submitted by the Tarleton photojournalism class

 

Outside Legacy Hall on the Tarleton campus, the leaves are gradually beginning to change for the fall season.(Photo by Rebecca Hernandez)

Outside Legacy Hall on the Tarleton campus, the leaves are gradually beginning to change for the fall season.
(Photo by Rebecca Hernandez)

Hay bales get a spooky makeover in the fall in preparation for Halloween.(Photo by Morghan Nicholes)

Hay bales get a spooky makeover in the fall in preparation for Halloween.
(Photo by Morghan Nicholes)

Lone  Star Family Farm carries a variety of pumpkins for sale, ranging from $1 to $50. Pumpkins come in all shapes, sizes, colors and ages.(Photo by Ashley Ford)

Lone Star Family Farm carries a variety of pumpkins for sale, ranging from $1 to $50. Pumpkins come in all shapes, sizes, colors and ages.
(Photo by Ashley Ford)

With the season change in the fall, the sun sets earlier, leading to more opportunities to watch Texas sunsets.(Photo by Candy Carpenter)

With the season change in the fall, the sun sets earlier, leading to more opportunities to watch Texas sunsets.
(Photo by Candy Carpenter)

The corn maze at Lone Star Family Farm exits into a small cotton patch. There, they have an educational farming area where visitors can walk through the field and learn more about cotton production and uses.(Photo by Morgan Little)

The corn maze at Lone Star Family Farm exits into a small cotton patch. There, they have an educational farming area where visitors can walk through the field and learn more about cotton production and uses.
(Photo by Morgan Little)

There are plenty of pumpkins to choose from to help get into the fall spirit at Lone Star Family Farms. (Photo by Skyla Leporis)

There are plenty of pumpkins to choose from to help get into the fall spirit at Lone Star Family Farms.
(Photo by Skyla Leporis)

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