Pumpkins’ Display at the Rodger Williams Park Zoo
Do you like Halloween? Do you celebrate this holiday? Do you have fun carving pumpkins? Nevertheless, have you ever drawn on the pumpkins and lit then afterwards? Then you can see and be amazed by the works of artist who have drawn and carved different incredibly awesome pictures on the pumpkins and they have created a great display at the Rodger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island.
A jack-o-lantern is a carved pumpkin, turnip or beet, associated chiefly with the holiday of Halloween, and was named after the phenomenon of strange light flickering over peat bogs, called will-0-the-wisp or jack-o’-lantern. In a jack-o’-lantern, the top is cut off to form a lid, and the inside flesh then scooped out; an image, usually a monstrous face, is carved out of the pumpkin’s rind to expose the hollow interior. To create the lantern effect, a light source is placed within before the lid is closed. This is traditionally a flame or electric candle, though pumpkin lights featuring various colors and flickering effects are also marketed specifically for this purpose. It is common to see jack-o’-lanterns on doorsteps and otherwise used as decorations during Halloween.
Rodger Williams Park Zoo Pumpkins
This is a series of unbelievably impressive carved pumpkins on display as part of the Jack-O-Lanterns at the Rodger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island. The Spectacular features over 5,000 carved pumpkins, but apparently only 100 or so are this impressive. You may join your family and friends in this amazing experience, a nighttime display of 5,000 illuminated jack-o-lanterns all along the beautiful wetland trail. Well, the pumpkins are carved into veritable works of art, and presented in themed scenes with music.