Fall Time in Flowood, Mississippi
A photo essay featuring the simple pleasures of Fall time in small-town Mississippi. The photographs capture small details and moments from COVID-friendly fall activities, including town festivities held annually.
Story by Alyssa Moncrief.
The town sign welcoming visitors to Flowood, Mississippi, overlooking the town center. High school student Holly Huffman carves pumpkins at her home for the neighborhood pumpkin carving contest in Turtle Ridge Subdivision. Decorative signs featuring the zip code of neighboring town Brandon, made by local business owners. Photograph taken at Cockrell’s Farmers Market. Detail shot of candy at the Flowood Fall Festival being passed out to children during Trunk or Treat in the town center. Flowood resident Cassie Smith gets her favorite holiday ice cream, Pecan Praline, at small business “Chillin on the Rez” during the Flowood Fall Festival. Photograph of Cassie Smith and Patrick McDaniel. Cockrell’s Farmers Market sells locally-made decor and fresh produce from North Mississippi.