Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Return of the Pumpkin People 2010

Every year, the quaint village of Jackson, N.H. distinguishes itself with the leaf peepers by displaying the "Pumpkin People".  As you can see, it's a creative venture designed for visitors and locals and we love it.  Photos taken by someone at the Jackson Chamber and I'm posting the best photos, not necessarily the best vignette.  Enjoy!

Nightmare Before Christmas

Cheshire Cat

Off to See the Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Where's Waldo?

Peanuts

15 comments:

Brian Miller said...

those are really cool. my youngest is home sick today so i showed them to him as well...nice.

Grandmother said...

Jackson is such a lovely spot and the fall leaf show is spectacular. Thanks for showing the pumpkin people, they're great!

DJan said...

The pumpkin cowardly lion is my fave, but they are all great! Thanks for sharing.

Pat Tillett said...

very creative and cool.
Nice photos also! I wish my area would do something like that...

JGH said...

Great ideas! Can't wait to start carving!

Baino said...

Aww I sometimes wish we made a bigger deal of Halloween. I wonder if Adam would mind a few pumpkin peoiple turning up at his engagement party on the 30th? Hahaha! Maybe a jack o lantern or two? Lovely pics.

RawknRobynsGoneBlogWild said...

These are so clever. I especially like the Wizard of Oz crew.
Cheers,
xoRobyn

lakeviewer said...

I came in from Journey into Elderhood, to say hello and meet your Fall Line-up! What a crew!

California Girl said...

Hi Everyone! Thanks for viewing the Pumpkin Peeps. If I can find decent photos of the other ones, I'll post.

Welcome lakeviewer and JGH to my blog!

Nancy said...

Love it!

Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! C.G.,
Thanks, for sharing!
I like the first photograph, but Of course! The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Wizard Of Oz. (Even thought all the Halloween photographs are nice too!)
DeeDee ;-D

The Silver Fox said...

Those were great! My favorite was the Cheshire Cat. Very well done.

(Hm. Word verification is "laddess." What on earth would that mean? A female boy? [shakes head vigorously])

Betsy said...

Oh these are SO great! Very creative. I suppose as the weeks go on, their heads get a little smushy! ha.

Gabriele Agustini said...

Those are awesome!! Too much fun!!
Great photographs!
Hugs,
gabriele

jeannette said...

How cute - I especially love the wizzard of Oz pumpkin people!