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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

The Really Great Pumpkin

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@Edward Cabral

Edward Cabral

As much time as I spend writing about various types of art, one of the things to which I most look forward are my annual pumpkin decorating posts. (F.Y.I., Easter eggs also make me tingly.) This makes no sense. They’re orange (I despise orange), they’re messy, they smell weird, and then you have to throw them away. Nothing about this appeals to me, but I am nonetheless jazzed when interesting pumpkin carving photos start to appear in my feed. I guess I’m a little more  of a basic bitch than I thought.

Anyway, here’s this year’s crop from DeviantArt, and they’re absolutely astounding. Happy carving!

Ken Klinker

Ken Klinker

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

11 thoughts on “The Really Great Pumpkin

  1. Wow, they’re amazing!!!

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  2. I’ve suddenly lost the will to carve.

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  3. These are just amazing. Am glad I don’t have to carve pumpkins anymore!

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  4. Pumpkins like these make me feel inadequate. Last year I carved a My Little Pony that looked like it was on the floor of an abattoir. Today I carved a pumpkin with my preschool class and I had zero patience just producing a basic face. No way could I find it in me to do something even a smidgen this creative.

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  5. Reblogged this on ARHtistic License and commented:
    Thanks to Donna from My OBT for finding us such delightful stuff.

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