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Anchor-o'-lanterns: Savannah, Al, Natalie carved into pumpkins

Forget jack-o'-lanterns: We've got anchor-o'-lanterns!

Shawn Feeney, a Long Island native whose work has been noticed by the Food Network and the White House, carved the faces of Savannah, Al and Natalie into pumpkins. 

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Shawn also works with parsnips, avocados and more. See some of his best carvings below and on his website, The Invisible Underground.


 

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Darth pumpkin.

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There are no bad seeds in this watermelon.

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Check out the nose on this acorn squash.

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I wonder what this winter melon is squinting at?

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True parsnip love.

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This rutabaga has a cone head.

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He doesn't just carve veggies! See this face in an avocado.

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This is a parsnip.

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He's a jolly pumpkin!

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This is what Shawn carved at the White House.

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