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BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM Master pumpkin carver Ed Moody created a ghoulish face out of at 1,298-pound pumpkin at Saturday's Pumpkin Carving Festival at the Neal Blaisdell?Center. The pumpkin will be fed to the elephants at the Honolulu Zoo, said Billie Gabriel, organizer of the festival. Below, a carved pumpkin was part of an annual Halloween display at Moody's Frankfort, Mich., home in 2007.
BRUCE ASATO / BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM Mai Hall worked on a pumpkin Saturday with her daughter Amaris, 8, while her husband, Jason, carved his own. The Halls were among families who joined master carver Ed Moody at the Pumpkin Carving Festival at the Blaisdell Center.