Yesterday, I went to the 15th Annual Pumpkinfest held at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. I arrived late afternoon and stayed on into the evening. I took some photos while it was still light and some when it was dark and the pumpkins were lighted. Some were lighted so brightly that I didn't need to use my flash giving a uniquely different sensation. While I was there the Daisy Jug Band was playing which will be featured in an upcoming post. Below is the first photo installment of the many carved pumpkins at the festival. Before carving, these pumpkins weighed from a hundred to three hundred pounds. Pictures of the winning entries from last year can be seen at the Bucks County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence site. It is celebrated as the largest two day drug and alcohol-free event of its kind in Pennsylvania. It was also advertised on National Public Radio.
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