The Midwestern Jack o’Lantern, in its natural habitat

Just before sunset on October 31st, the reclusive Jack o’Lantern (Halloweenus horribilus) emerges from its lair to lie in wait for hungry trick or treaters.  The photograph of this particularly magnificent specimen was recovered from a digital camera found by a young couple out walking their dog.  The identity and whereabouts of the photographer are unknown . . .  

Happy Halloween!

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1 Response to The Midwestern Jack o’Lantern, in its natural habitat

  1. admin says:

    Thanks! It was a chore to carve, I don’t mind telling you. Took all afternoon, and my wrist was damned sore afterward. But worth the effort, I think.

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