Pumpkin faces can be as diverse as the personalities of their creators. If you're used to the traditional jack-o-lantern carving, perhaps you question that statement. To dispel your skepticism, I recommend attending a pumpkin festival.
I've attended the Keene Pumpkin Festival in New Hampshire (U.S.) several times (this year's extravaganza will be held a week from now, and yours truly will be there!). The pictures in my gallery of pumpkin faces come from the 2008 show. Among the thousands of pumpkin faces on display, there was something for every taste: humorous and scary, realistic and stylized.
So if you've grown tired of decorating your Halloween porch with traditional pumpkin faces, view my pictures of pumpkin faces in this photo gallery for some fresh ideas.
Photo ©2011 David Beaulieu, Landscaping Guide (licensed to About, Inc.)