The Chadds Ford Historical Society in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania organized its annual Great Pumpkin Carve during the weekend of 27,28, 29 October. The field was arranged like a pumpkin patch and the actual carving of the pumpkins took place on Thursday 27 October.
Some of the creations were extremely original, some more traditional. The event was super crowded on Friday night also because they had to cancel the pumpkin carve scheduled for Saturday night due to snow. It had not snowed in Delaware-Pennsylvania area around Halloween for the last 80 years or so. The cancellation was regrettable but the scenery was gorgeous with leaves of red, orange, green, and yellow covered with the falling white snow.
Once again I found something that reminded me of Italy.
There was a pumpkin carved in the shape of the Roman Colosseum. It was quite impressive.
It is the Colosseum, right? or am I getting homesick?