Sunday, November 4, 2007

The Great Pumpkin is pleased again

For the seventh year in a row, Philip Mitchell organized mass pumpkin carving and then displayed them all on the Seven Mile Ridge Road bridge. This is the third year there have been 100 pumpkins, which seems like the perfect number for the bridge. It's quite a spectacle. Below are a selection of individuals.

My favorite. Absolutely great in every way.

This one has a mountain landscape--pretty original.

Vampire meets neck--amazing.

Beautiful. This one says "Happy Halloween" but it's a bit hard to see here.



Aw, that's real nice.

The Pumpkin Pi is now a required part of the tradition.

Thanks, Philip. What a great thing.

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