OINK, OINK: Small portions of squash make up the ears, nose, and feet on this pumpkin pig in Boise, Idaho.
Photograph by Streeter Photography, Alamy
HEAD-SCRATCHER: Using everything from spoons to scalpels, a sculptor in Phoenix, Arizona, carefully carved this confused expression.
Photograph by Ray Villafane, Barcroft Media, Getty Images
MONKEY BUSINESS: After cutting away the skin of a pumpkin, the artist then carved its inside into a monkey’s head. Later ears and a tongue were attached.
Photograph by James Schaedig, Alamy
CARVE OUT A SMILE: A sculptor known as Farmer Mike carves a face onto a 450-pound gourd during the State Fair of Texas in Dallas.
Photograph by AP Photo, Tony Gutierrez
CHEESE, PLEASE: Two mice—made of squashes, shells, and toothpicks—rest on a pumpkin carved to look like Swiss cheese.
Photograph by Karen Kaspar, Alamy
NOSING AROUND: A pumpkin stem becomes a nose for the wrinkly face on this carved pumpkin in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
Photograph by Edwin Remsberg, VWPics, Newscom
FLOWER OWL: Using sunflower seeds and a tree branch, a pumpkin is transformed into an owl at a zoo in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Photograph by Marla Brose, ZUMA Press, Newscom
FANG-TASTIC FACE: A sculptor chucks a chunk of an 1,800-pound pumpkin as he carves out a creepy face at the Bronx Botanical Gardens in New York.
Photograph by DON EMMERT, AFP, Getty Images
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Photo Tips with Hilary
How to Take Spooky Photos - Ep. 4
Freak out your friends with these photo ideas from Hilary! Find out how to make frightening scenes with shadows and learn some extra ghostly tips from the Nat Geo Kids My Shot photo community! Tag your photos #Spooky in My Shot!