Courtesy PhotoCarved by Chaz Smith.
These arent carved pumpkins, but they are certainly less messy! Rachel Caciagli
Chaz Smith stands inside a 96-pound pumpkin before starting to carve.
Courtesy PhotoCarved by Hunter Goodall.
Costner Hernandez, 2, smiling it up with his Spiderman creation!
A group of roommates living near Dolores carved these pumpkins.
Courtesy PhotoCruz Hernandez, 5, and his Spongebob pumpkin. Cruzs dad Drew the outline and Cruz spent the evening painting it in!
Courtesy PhotoPacman and ghosts carved by Keve, Teri, Hunter and Dannika Goodall and Steve, CeCe and Chaz Smith.
Courtesy PhotoCarved by Dannaka Goodall.
Courtesy PhotoPumpkin carving by Rylee Hoy made in honor of her husband Kevin Hoy, who is currently serving in Afghanistan in the U.S. Air Force.
Airoughn and Maddisyn VanGrandts pumpkin display can be seen north of Cortez on CR 26.
Courtesy PhotoCarved by Logan and Arica Dean and Tyler Daniel.
Maddisyn VanGrandt, 6, and the pumpkins she grew, decorated and carved.
Courtesy PhotoThis pumpkin was designed by Lori Swasons 7-year old grandson, Adonis Day, of Dolores. I called it a Picasso masterpiece as soon as it was done.
Courtesy PhotoMaddisyn, 6, and Airoughn, 7, VanGrandt carving their pumpkins they grew all summer into masterpieces.
Courtesy PhotoPumpkin carving in honor of her husband Kevin Hoy, who is currently serving in Afghanistan in the U.S. Air Force.
Courtesy PhotoAiroughn and Maddisyn VanGrandts pumpkin display can be seen north of Cortez on CR 26.
Courtesy PhotoAiroughn VanGrandt, 7, with the pumpkins he grew decorated and carved.
Courtesy PhotoPhilpott family
Courtesy PhotoAvenlea Kaime with her pumpkin.
Courtesy PhotoCreations by Logan Dean, Arica Dean and Tyler Daniel.
Pumpkins carved by Logan and Arica Dean and Tyler Daniel.
Levi and Lot Martin show their pumpkins.
Pumpkin Picassos: Here's a look at some pumpkin creations submitted by Journal readers.
Photos by Sam Green
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